A Conversation with John Mark Hicks

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2015_Hicks_JNJohn Mark Hicks tells what thrills him when he looks at the Christian churches and churches of Christ. “We need an infusion of church-planting enthusiasm among the a cappella churches of Christ,” he says.

In this exclusive interview with Editor Mark Taylor, he explains the trend he sees with Baptists and Stone-Campbell churches coming closer to each other on the position of baptism. “Does God do something through baptism?” Answers to the question are creating new dialogue.

See the interview here.

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  1. Thanks for including this. More folks need to know about the ongoing theological conversation about baptism.

  2. Thank you for the video. I have read all of Hicks’s books and enjoyed hearing him in person for the first time. John Hicks’s thoughts on baptism are really poignant for those in the Stone-Campbell Movement, especially those striving for unity of faith.

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