Weighing in on faith and life.
B.H. Carroll faculty members, students, and those who support its mission desire to create dialog and stoke critical thinking about important topics which relate to faith and life in this world. Below are posts from diverse authors, whose views contribute to the ongoing discussion of these areas. The positions of the authors are their own and do not necessarily represent the views of B.H. Carroll Theological Seminary, its faculty, and its governors.
Cultivating A Culture That Values Life
Violent crime and political extremism have become a part of the American experience. While it is true the church is just as imperiled as most of the other institutions, I am still convinced we can, and must, play a vital role in helping our culture become one which values human life. …Read more
B. H. Carroll Theological Seminary Governors Approve Institutional Diversity Statement
Governors Approve Institutional Diversity Statement In addition to approving B. H. Carroll Theological Institute’s embedding with East Texas Baptist University February 6, the Board of Governors of B. H. Carroll also approved a new...
B. H. Carroll Theological Institute and East Texas Baptist University announce merger
B. H. Carroll Theological Institute and East Texas Baptist University announce merger Move will preserve seminary’s name; combined effort will increase accredited master’s programs and establish PhD at ETBU IRVING, Texas (Feb. 6, 2023) —...
Dentist Chairs and the Nearness of God
We often pray for God to “meet us in this place,” to “show up,” or “make yourself known.” Although we know He is with us, never left, and is continually making Himself known, we often forget and reduce Him down to finite conditions.
Are Dynamic Changes Coming To The Church In 2023?
The calendar has turned over to 2023, and it is time for the obligatory look forward into the future of American Christianity.
Charismatic vs. Collaborative Leadership
Perhaps the real issue is that we are asking our leaders, especially our pastors, to do the wrong kinds of things. Perhaps we are depending on them for things they were never called to provide.
Little Ones to Him Belong
If you grew up in the church, you’re probably familiar with the children’s song, Jesus Loves Me. Could it be the little ones we sing of might not always be little children? Might little ones be anyone we would naturally dismiss by saying we don’t have time for them or their circumstances?
Wade Berry reflects on Grover Levy’s song “When We Fail Love” and reminds us that there is a God whose love will not fail us.
The Sufficiency of Jesus
Wade Berry recaps his read of Tish Warren’s book “Prayer in the Night” and tackles the question, “In what, or in whom, are we trusting in order to be okay?”
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