Below is a clip lifted from a video on The Gospel Coalition site. The interview is a short discussion between Kevin DeYoung, Ligon Duncan, and Al Mohler. The full video is entitled "DeYoung, Duncan, Mohler: What's New About the New Calvinism." At one point in responding to something DeYoung said, Dr. Mohler's words well illustrate the fundamental problem in the Southern Baptist Convention over Calvinism. According to Mohler, no convictional, thinking evangelical who wants to embrace the apostolic faith will come to any other conclusion than "The Reformed." There exists no other option. Listen for yourself >>>
When aggressive Calvinists like Mohler assert or imply that non-Calvinists--90%+ of the SBC--apparently hold few theological convictions, are uninterested in strong gospel churches, are not excited to see the nations rejoice over the gospel of Jesus Christ, fail to offer any substantial answers to today's questions, and possess no interest in apostolic faith, but then turn around and wonder why there exists division in the SBC over Calvinism, it makes one question if any hope exists for the future of the Southern Baptist Convention.
With that, I am...