Podcast: A Tale of illegitimate Ex-Communication, New SBC Name, Calvinists Supporting Slavery, and Sincere Questions

On today’s Polemics Report for September 15, 2020, JD Hall answers several sincere questions about theology, and then discusses Jacob Brunton’s ex-communication. JD uses it as a starting point to discuss Biblical church discipline and moves on to Chris Bolt’s subjective complaints about discernment ministry. He also discusses JD Greear wanting to rename the SBC and “Calvinists” supporting slavery (so says Baptist News Global).

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