IMPORTANT EPISODE: EARLY RELEASE



I’m releasing Monday’s episode of the Pulpit & Pen Program early because Southern Baptists in Louisiana need to hear it before they go to church tomorrow. If you know someone in Louisiana in particular, please share it with them. Louisiana College will be appealing local churches for money, and Louisiana Baptists need to know this timely information.

Discussed in this Episode:



1. The REAL information behind Joe Aguillard’s latest press release at Louisiana College. Was Joe Aguillard really “exhonerated” by the Southern Association of Schools and Colleges? Don’t believe the lies.

2. Why did Al Mohler pledge to nominate Ronnie Floyd as the new president of the SBC? Is he selling out or was it a brilliant, calculated move to keep the Hankins-fringe out of the office?




3. A STUNNING new video of Kenneth Copeland’s meeting with the Pope to discuss uniting Catholics and Charismatics.

Episode audio is here.


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  1. You are probably entirely right in your comments about Mohler. However, I still can’t understand his silence about Ergun Caner. How can he comment about various issues and people and yet stay silent about lies he was an eye-witness to?

  2. As for the Anglican’s comments: he uses a confusion about the literal meaning of the word “Catholic” to deceive people. Technically he’s right that “Catholic” originally meant “universal” — as in the universal church. But, of course, most people use the term “Catholic” now as a proper noun to signify a specific organization. This is why I use the word “universal” instead of Catholic in the Nicene Creed.

    On other matters:
    (1) The Catholic church wasn’t really founded by Constantine and I’m not sure of validity of describing him as a pagan.
    (2) I don’t know of any significant Anabaptists movements before the Reformation; most, I believe, were inspired by the Reform movement from Zwingly.
    (3) Luther’s protest is not over as the Catholic church still holds to the practices he was protesting. The man’s claims otherwise are false.
    (4) You’re right that the Catholic church often reflects it’s surrounding culture. They are assimilationists. So in the US, they tend to look like Protestants, playing down their idols, etc. But in pagan areas, like in Asia, their idolatry is much more diverse.

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