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A. Boyd Luter

Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies

Liberty University

HQ Phone:  (434) 582-2000

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Liberty University

1971 University Boulevard

Lynchburg, Virginia,24502

United States

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Liberty University, founded in 1971, is the largest private, nonprofit university in the nation, the largest university in Virginia, and the largest Christian university in the world. Located near the Blue Ridge Mountains on more than 7,000 acres in Lynchburg,... more.

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Affiliations

The King's University

Professor of Biblical Studies and Accreditation Liaison


Education

Dallas Theological Seminary


Mississippi State University


Ph.D.

Dallas Theological Seminary


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Dr. Boyd Luter is writing in just such a capacity.Dr. Luter is Pastor of Comal Country Church (SBTC), Canyon Lake, TX and Adjunct Professor of New Testament and Theology at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary, Liberty University.He is a graduate of Mississippi State University and holds the Th.M. and Ph.D. degrees from Dallas Theological Seminary.Dr. Luter has over 16 years of pastoral ministry experience in Colorado, Texas, California and Ohio.In addition, he has taught Bible and theology full-time for 15 years - most recently at the Criswell College, Dallas, TX, from 1999 to 2003 - and has also taught adjunctively for both Golden Gate and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminaries.Luter has published eight books and 20 journal and periodical articles, in addition to his contributing chapters, entries and segments to a number of edited essay collections, biblical, theological and apologetics dictionaries, study Bibles and Bible translations and paraphrases.He has edited three commentaries for Christian Focus Publications' Mentor series and has written a weekly religion column in a local newspaper for nearly seven years.Good work, Boyd.Helpful, thoughtful, and graceful.I don't know that I would say that your opinion is a necessary conclusion based on Dr. Luter's post.Dr. Luter,Great job, Dr. Luter.Dr. Luter, I really enjoyed the post and I believe it is on target.Excellent contribution, Dr. Luter. -Dr. Luter's 2006 motion in Greensboro, which very specifically made a statement that entities should come before the convention if they want to go beyond the BF&M. -The EC report on DR. LUTER'S MOTION where they crafted their response (if you only take the EC report and do not look at Dr. Luter's Motion to see what they were responding to, it is like trying to figure out what is being talked about by listening to one half of a conversation).Boyd LuterSays: Thanks to Dr. Luter for giving a reasoned academic response to this summer's events concerning the Baptist Faith and Message.Dr. Luter,Of course, the problem with your analogy is that it only applies when authors are honest and forthright in the wording of texts.Apart from this consideration, Dr. Luter, your approach is nothing but a license for prevarication.Your group, Dr. Luter, deliberately chose not to advocate for Les's plainly written resolution.Your group, Dr. Luter, deliberately chose not to take action during a committee report, when the issue might have been addressed directly.But you win friends and gain ground by dealing with the issues and resist the temptation to attack the character of either Rick Garner and Boyd Luter by calling them prevaricators.Boyd LuterSays: BoydWhat was gnostic about the plain words of Dr. Luter's 2006 resolution or Dr. Chapman's address to the convention?Luter, your approach is nothing but a license for prevarication.Dr. Luter, I see some problems with your argument based on "authorial intent" - the main problem being that if the motion had actually stated what was intended it would have been ruled out of order.Is it alright for me to tell my wife that I'm going to Wal-Mart since I know she would object if I told her I am going fishing?I thought of the EC Report as being STRICTER that Dr. Luter's motion or my resolution, because the EC Report provides NO such loophole.Boyd Luter


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Topic: Boyd Luter, Guest Author| SBC Outpost regularly requests that Guest Authors provide articles for publication.Dr. Boyd Luter is writing in just such a capacity.Dr. Luter is Pastor of Comal Country Church (SBTC), Canyon Lake, TX and Adjunct Professor of New Testament and Theology at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary, Liberty University.He is a graduate of Mississippi State University and holds the Th.M. and Ph.D. degrees from Dallas Theological Seminary.Dr. Luter has over 16 years of pastoral ministry experience in Colorado, Texas, California and Ohio.In addition, he has taught Bible and theology full-time for 15 years â€" most recently at the Criswell College, Dallas, TX, from 1999 to 2003 â€" and has also taught adjunctively for both Golden Gate and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminaries.Luter has published eight books and 20 journal and periodical articles, in addition to his contributing chapters, entries and segments to a number of edited essay collections, biblical, theological and apologetics dictionaries, study Bibles and Bible translations and paraphrases.He has edited three commentaries for Christian Focus Publications' Mentor series and has written a weekly religion column in a local newspaper for nearly seven years.Note the following BP explanation of the emphasized portion of that quote: "The one-paragraph statement was adopted in response to a motion by Texas messenger Boyd Luter during the '06 annual meeting.Luter's motion called for a vote by messengers on any ‘doctrinal position or practical policy' adopted by an SBC entity ‘which goes beyond, or seeks to explain the explicit wording of the duly constituted authoritative language of the Baptist Faith and Message 2000.' Such a vote, according to Luter's motion, would become an amendment to the BF&M.Dr. Luter,While I want the excellent insight and articulate presentation of Dr. Luter to appeal to the conscience of all Southern Baptists, I'm sure there are those with an agenda that won't allow them to see the clear logic of his arguments.So I'll pray hard.Dr. Luter,Thank you for your explanation.Without opening another can of worms; isn't this what Wade Burleson has been saying all along?Boyd LuterSays: Dr. Luter,Excellent work.I also enjoy your new blog at http://boydluter.wordpress.com (yes, a shameless plug).Boyd LuterSays: Dr Luter, as a former student of yours I would have imagined you would discover a chiastic structure in the Garner motion.Seriously though….nice post….I think you have it right.Boyd LuterSays: BoydDr. Luter: Good answer to Tim G.Boyd LuterSays: I don't mean to be disrespectful, but, for the life of me, what you are arguing just doesn't have any logical traction, yet you keep beating a dead horse, BoydBoyd LuterSays: Boyd LuterSays: I too jumped to the same conclusion as Dr. Luter and I had not gotten home late or drove many miles.Boyd LuterSays: Boyd LuterSays: I hope these explanations help, BoydDr. Luter, wouldn't you frankly rather see these kinds of exchanges restricted to the old forms of direct emailbox to emailbox epistles, face to face talks, and phone calls. -especially when critical, argumentative and disputed issues are being addressed?I look forwarding toward reading Dr. Luter's responses to your questions.Boyd LuterSays: Boyd Luter


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Topic: Boyd Luter, Guest Author| SBC Outpost regularly requests that Guest Authors provide articles for publication.Dr. Boyd Luter is writing in just such a capacity.Dr. Luter is Pastor of Comal Country Church (SBTC), Canyon Lake, TX and Adjunct Professor of New Testament and Theology at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary, Liberty University.He is a graduate of Mississippi State University and holds the Th.M. and Ph.D. degrees from Dallas Theological Seminary.Dr. Luter has over 16 years of pastoral ministry experience in Colorado, Texas, California and Ohio.In addition, he has taught Bible and theology full-time for 15 years â€" most recently at the Criswell College, Dallas, TX, from 1999 to 2003 â€" and has also taught adjunctively for both Golden Gate and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminaries.Luter has published eight books and 20 journal and periodical articles, in addition to his contributing chapters, entries and segments to a number of edited essay collections, biblical, theological and apologetics dictionaries, study Bibles and Bible translations and paraphrases.He has edited three commentaries for Christian Focus Publications' Mentor series and has written a weekly religion column in a local newspaper for nearly seven years.Amen, Dr. Luter.In fact, I have to disagree with Boyd on this single point alone.Boyd LuterSays: Boyd LuterSays: Boyd Luter


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Topic: Boyd Luter, Guest Author| 35 Comments , SBC Outpost regularly requests that Guest Authors provide articles for publication.Dr. Boyd Luter is writing in just such a capacity.Dr. Luter is Pastor of Comal Country Church (SBTC), Canyon Lake, TX and Adjunct Professor of New Testament and Theology at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary, Liberty University.He is a graduate of Mississippi State University and holds the Th.M. and Ph.D. degrees from Dallas Theological Seminary.Dr. Luter has over 16 years of pastoral ministry experience in Colorado, Texas, California and Ohio.In addition, he has taught Bible and theology full-time for 15 years â€" most recently at the Criswell College, Dallas, TX, from 1999 to 2003 â€" and has also taught adjunctively for both Golden Gate and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminaries.Luter has published eight books and 20 journal and periodical articles, in addition to his contributing chapters, entries and segments to a number of edited essay collections, biblical, theological and apologetics dictionaries, study Bibles and Bible translations and paraphrases.He has edited three commentaries for Christian Focus Publications' Mentor series and has written a weekly religion column in a local newspaper for nearly seven years.Boyd Luter


sbcoutpost.com

Dr. Boyd Luter is writing in just such a capacity.Dr. Luter is Pastor of Comal Country Church (SBTC), Canyon Lake, TX and Adjunct Professor of New Testament and Theology at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary, Liberty University.He is a graduate of Mississippi State University and holds the Th.M. and Ph.D. degrees from Dallas Theological Seminary.Dr. Luter has over 16 years of pastoral ministry experience in Colorado, Texas, California and Ohio.In addition, he has taught Bible and theology full-time for 15 years â€" most recently at the Criswell College, Dallas, TX, from 1999 to 2003 â€" and has also taught adjunctively for both Golden Gate and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminaries.Luter has published eight books and 20 journal and periodical articles, in addition to his contributing chapters, entries and segments to a number of edited essay collections, biblical, theological and apologetics dictionaries, study Bibles and Bible translations and paraphrases.He has edited three commentaries for Christian Focus Publications' Mentor series and has written a weekly religion column in a local newspaper for nearly seven years.


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