Paige Patterson is president of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. With more than 50 years of faithful service and ministry as a pastor, evangelist, professor, college president, seminary president and denominational leader, Dr. Patterson travels throughout the United States and around the world, preaching in churches and sharing the life-changing message of the Gospel.
Dr. Paige Patterson, veteran pastor of 44 years and President of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, describes core elements of healthy churches and good pastors and addresses delicate questions regarding Southern Baptist life.
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A study of the lives and theology of evangelical Anabaptists encourages a reader to dig deeper into the Bible, count the cost of discipleship to Jesus Christ, and commit oneself to engaging the world with the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Patterson writes with the strong conviction that preachers and professors can grasp Revelation and expound it fruitfully. To that end he has written this commentary, and in doing so, interacts with a wide array of interpreters of Revelation across the centuries.
"Anatomy of a Reformation: The Southern Baptist Convention, 1978-2004" describes how conservative leaders formulated a plan to return the convention to its biblical roots, beginning with the election of Memphis pastor Adrian Rogers as SBC president in 1979.
Having played an important role in the Conservative Resurgence of the Southern Baptist Convention, Paige Patterson outlines in these pages the history and nature of this renaissance in Southern Baptist life. He then shares his hope for Southern Baptists in years to come.