Published August 22, 2013
The report of the Calvinism Advisory Team appointed by Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee President Frank Page was released over three months ago. Page assembled the group for the purpose of urging Southern Baptists to “grant one another liberty” and “stand together” for the Great Commission.
Associated Baptist Press concluded that the advisory team had the portentous task of “easing tensions between proponents and opponents of Calvinism” and “averting a split in the Convention.”
Page explained that there was a need for Baptists on either side of the theological debate to speak “not at each other, but to each other.”
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