Minister: Seminary censored sermonFort Worth: He says it's not on Web because he questioned SBC policy
12:00 AM CDT on Thursday, August 31, 2006
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth faces a charge of censorship from an unusual source – one of its own trustees. And he says he's the one the school is censoring.
The Rev. Dwight McKissic, longtime pastor of the 4,500-member Cornerstone Baptist Church in Arlington, preached in the seminary's Tuesday chapel service. During the address, the new seminary trustee briefly questioned a Southern Baptist Convention policy that forbids foreign missionary candidates from employing a "private prayer language" – a form of speaking in tongues.
He noted that he has engaged in the practice himself, beginning in 1981, when he was a Southwestern student.
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posted by Arkansas Razorbaptist at 8/31/2006 05:08:00 AM