Tuesday, April 10, 2007

From 12 Witnesses: Interview with Sam Storms

12 Witnesses is one of the plethora of Southern Baptist blogs. They interviewed Dr. Sam Storms recently in anticipation of his speaking contribution to the Baptist Conference on the Holy Spirit to be held in Arlington, Texas, in three weeks. He gave some rather balanced answers to the line of questioning. Below are some of the more interesting questions that were asked. You can read his answers here.

  • Where do you see the tension over Reformed theology going in the SBC?
  • The claim has been made, specifically by Dr. Malcolm Yarnell of SWBTS, that there is NO Biblical evidence for the existence of a “Private Prayer Language.” How do you respond? What Scriptures do you think are relevant to the discussion of such a claim?
  • What do you say to the claim that the acceptance of a “Private Prayer Language” among our missionaries is allowing an influx of Pentecostal theology?
  • How do you see the debate over moderation concerning the consumption of alcohol? Do you see a disparity in the approach to the alcohol issue and other issues under debate?
  • What are your thoughts on the Traditional church, the Missional church and the Emergent church?

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