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Mark Minnick Interview available at 9Marks

Sunday, May 25, 2008

Many of my readers will be familiar with both Dr. Mark Minnick and Dr. Mark Dever. The latest audio from Mark Dever's 9Marks ministry features an interview by Dr. Dever of Dr. Minnick.

The audio can be found here.

The Audio is titled "Fundamentalism and Separation with Mark Minnick" with a note that reads "Pastor and Bob Jones University professor Mark Minnick presents the case for the Fundamentalist doctrine of separation."

I have only listened to the first few moments so far, but early on Dr. Dever comments on that while there is a lot of agreement on many aspects, there is a clear disagreement over the issue of separation. I am looking forward to listening to this and seeing how Dr. Minnick presents the case for separation.

For those of you who may not be familiar with the individuals in question, here is a quick bio.

Dr. Mark Minnick is the Pastor of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church in Greenville, South Carolina. He is also a professor at Bob Jones University. I had Dr. Minnick for a few classes during my days at BJU and I also attended Mt. Calvary for a couple of years while I was an undergraduate student.

Dr. Mark Dever is the Pastor of Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington, D.C.. He is also the author of a book entitled "9 Marks of a Healthy Church" and a few other books. He is a leader in the conservative branch of the S.B.C. - having lead the fight to de-fund the D.C. Convention due to its liberalness.

As I have already indicated. They differ on the issue of separation and they know they differ on this issue, so I am looking forward to a good discussion of the issue from these two men.

Just my thoughts,

Frank

HT: Andy Naselli

1 comments:

Peter B said...

As a current member at CHBC, I'm interested to hear your and your readers' thoughts. I wasn't able to make it to the interview, but have discussed it with Minnick and several others who were present.