The story of Buford Pusser, the legendary sheriff of McNairy County Tennessee, is fascinating. Pusser's career as a wrestler came to a close so he moved his family back to his home place to run a sawmill with daddy Carl. He's shocked to discover the level of corruption going on. And after he is a victim of it, including 200 stitches he received slice-n-dice style from the Lucky Spot, he decides from then on he'd be prepared.
Pusser became well known for his four foot hickory club he used to great effect in destroying gambling-casinos and prostitution rings which dominated the small West Tennessee county.
While Buford Pusser clobbered with a hickory club Bob Ross splats with his legendary flyswat. For three years Mr. Ross has exposed innumerable theological eccentricities found at Founders Ministries. One of the most significant about which Southern Baptists should be aware pertains to what Ross calls "hybrid" Calvinism, which focuses on the strange doctrine of "being born again before faith," a doctrine Ross shows comes primarily from Presbyterian influence upon Founders.
Now, however, Brother Bob hears the buzz of another fly: "Has Pastor Wade Burleson Become A Landmarker?"(link/) From Ross's post, it appears, Burleson has mutilated Ross's view of Landmarkism, skewing it in order to submarine Southwestern Baptists Theological Seminary as Landmark in Burleson's soon-to-be-released book.
And, from what Ross says, Burleson will have a hard time wiggling out of this one. Splat...Splat! Splat! Splat!
Thank you Bob Ross for flinging your flyswat for Southern Baptists everywhere.
With that, I am...
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