The Southern Baptist Convention may be poised for a new round of conflict over the doctrine of Calvinism. A few years back, a group of SBC leaders formed a movement dubbed traditionalism to reclaim the SBC from Calvinism. At the recent SBC meeting in Phoenix, Eric Hankins, author of a statement of traditionalism, delivered an address that has some Southern Baptists wondering if they have a future in the convention. Hankins wants the seminaries that use some other doctrinal statement than the Baptist Faith and Message 2000 to abandon their historic confessions in favor of an Arminianized edited FBM which makes explicit the rejection of all things Calvinist. Stayed tuned for more details.