SBF’s Timmy Brister Blogs Baptist ID Conference

Last week, Strange BaptistFire blogger Timmy Brister reported on his personal blog- Provocations and Pantings– from Union University’s second Baptist Identity Conference.

As many issues Timmy encountered during this conference directly relate to matters of concern for the readers of SBF, I am posting links to Timmy’s articles from each of the sessions he covered during the conference. These links are titled by the name of the speaker at each of these sessions:

Dr. Frank Page (current President of the Southern Baptist Convention)

Dr. Thom Rainer (President of LifeWay Christian Resources)

Dr. Mike Day (Director of Missions for the Mid-South Baptist Association, Memphis, TN)

Dr. Paige Patterson (President of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary)

Dr. David Dockery (President of Union University)

Dr. Gregory Thornbury (founding Dean of the School of Christian studies at Union University)

Dr. Jim Shaddix (Senior Pastor of Riverside Baptist Church in Denver, CO)

Dr. Ed Stetzer (Missiological and Research Team Director for the North American Mission Board)

Dr. Timothy George (Dean and Professor of Divinity at the Beeson Divinity School)

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One Comment on “SBF’s Timmy Brister Blogs Baptist ID Conference”


  1. […] Do Baptists Think They Are? Seriously. Jump to Comments Strange BaptistFire’s Timmy Brister weighs in on Union University’s second Baptist IdentityConference in this recent post. Find out what folks like Dr. Frank Page (current President of the Southern Baptist Convention), Dr. Thom Rainer (President of LifeWay Christian Resources), Dr. Mike Day (Director of Missions for the Mid-South Baptist Association, Memphis, TN), Dr. Paige Patterson (President of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary), Dr. David Dockery (President of Union University), Dr. Gregory Thornbury (founding Dean of the School of Christian studies at Union University) and Dr. Jim Shaddix (Senior Pastor of Riverside Baptist Church in Denver, CO) think about Baptist identity. It’s worth a look see if you are wondering who exactly baptists think they are… […]


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