Originally published in Southern Seminary’s Towers – http://equip.sbts.edu/publications/towers/towers-issue/2018/nov-jan-2018/surprised-by-schreiner/
When Kristen Wanamaker started at the Baptist College of Florida, she promised her pastor and herself one thing: She would never become Baptist.
Growing up in the Presbyterian Church of the United States of America (PCUSA), Wanamaker was baptized as a baby and became a believer at 14, but it wasn’t the custom in her church to make a public profession, so she never did.
In high school, she felt a call to ministry, and she’d heard that even if she attended the Baptist college, she wouldn’t be pressured into joining the denomination. She knew there were some differences in theology between Baptists and Presbyterians, but she hadn’t taken time to think through their significance. Continue reading “Surprised by Schreiner: ONE STUDENT’S JOURNEY ACROSS THE THEOLOGICAL SPECTRUM”