Paige Patterson

Dr. Paige Patterson is the President of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.

The Preacher as Teacher

The first time that I participated in a dive was in a swimming pool with a depth of ten feet.  Then came the moment off the coast of Hawaii when, as an advanced diver working at a depth of fifty feet, I checked my daughter Carmen’s air gage and discovered t... Read More »

How To Discern What is Expository/Text-Driven Preaching and That Which is Not

The preaching circus is ever in town; and, as part of the show, most everyone claims to be an expository (text-driven) preacher. However, actually, few are. This is an interesting development since it is a confession, of sorts, that text-driven preaching is th... Read More »

What We Intend to Do

SWBTS Chapel sermon called What We Intend to Do by Southwestern President Dr. Paige Patterson. Read More »

Church Discipline and the Lord’s Supper

SWBTS Chapel sermon called Church Discipline and the Lord’s Supper by Southwestern President Dr. Paige Patterson. Read More »

A Book Review of Recapturing the Voice of God

Recapturing the Voice of God by Steven W. Smith To observe what is counted as preaching in the modern day is one of the strangest journeys imaginable. In this thought-provoking volume, Steven Smith makes a claim in the title that, though stunning, should be ob... Read More »

Baptism

SWBTS Chapel sermon called Baptism by Southwestern President Dr. Paige Patterson. Read More »

We Do Not Follow Myths

SWBTS Chapel sermon called We Do Not Follow Myths by Southwestern President Dr. Paige Patterson. Read More »

Sleeping with the Enemy

SWBTS Chapel sermon called Sleeping with the Enemy by Southwestern President Dr. Paige Patterson. Read More »

Preaching Interview: Why Text-Driven Preaching Matters?

Dr. Paige Patterson, President at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, sits down with Dr. Barry McCarty for an interview to answer the question, Why Text-Driven Preaching Matters? Read More »

Preaching and Teaching: Are They The Same?

The first time that I participated in a dive was in a swimming pool with a depth of ten feet.  Then came the moment off the coast of Hawaii when, as an advanced diver working at a depth of fifty feet, I checked my daughter Carmen’s air gage and discovered t... Read More »