"I went to Jerusalem to become acquainted (Gk. istoria) with Cephas" - Paul's words from Galatians 1:18.

Five Salient Points

As you read blogs discussing the recommendation for my removal as a trustee of the International Mission Board, it might help you if you remember the following five salient points.

(1). There is no policy, bylaw, or rule prohibiting blogging by trustees of the IMB. In addition, trustees may publicly criticize the majority decision of trustees unless the criticism is (a). intentionally deceitful, (b). a breach of confidentiality, (c). or an attempt to harm the organization's mission.

Read my blog. Any question regarding whether or not my blog violates any of the above will be easily answered by the attentive reader. I have always desired to make our IMB better, broader, and more Biblically consistent. Further, I have shown, and will continue to show, great respect for my fellow trustees.

(2). As a man who lives by principle, you can be assured my objections were voiced repeatedly, consistently and graciously to all of the trustees in business meetings. In fact, the press quoted some of my comments because they were in the public Plenary Sessions when I made them. This is what led some Southern Baptists to contact me after the affirmative vote for the tongues and baptism policies, they saw my name in the IMB press release of the business session.

However, once the decision on the new policies was made by the trustees, and I was on the minority side, the forum for dissent became the convention as a whole, since my accountablity is to the convention. I publicly stated I would not be seeking a reversal of the policies within the next IMB meeting. The convention as a whole would need to address the issue.

This is where the rub comes. Many are under the impression that dissent should become silent when a measure or policy is passed by a majority. "Majority rules!" they adamantly cry.

I agree that the trustee on the losing side of a vote should acquiesce to the majority, EXCEPT in one instance: if the dissent is a principled dissent (based upon a violation of conscience or Scripture), then as Luther would say, "My conscience is held captive by the Word of God. Here I stand. I cannot do otherwise. God help me."

"Resistance to accountability," is the charge leveled in the trustee public statement regarding my removal. I interpret this phrase to mean "you aren't doing what we want." I think many trustees had the expectation that a new trustee should be quiet. I was not. That which I have been most vocal about is a subgroup of trustees who seem to control the direction, agenda and business of the IMB. I have much first hand information about this, but have chosen not to go into detail in my blog at this time. Frankly, I was trying to change things from within the Board.

I said to anyone who would listen in the hallways, parking lot and hotel that I would stop blogging if the trustee board passed a policy that blogging by trustees was detrimental to the IMB. I would not stop because people wanted me to stop, I would only stop because policy required me to stop. I still am amazed that the motion was to remove me rather than a recommendation for a policy that all trustees stop blogging.

One trustee asked me how I would feel if a deacon blogged our deacons meeting. I said, "I would love it!!" but I wasn't sure how many would read it. The fact that so many read my blog about the IMB indicates there is a great level of interest in the convention with what goes on at the IMB.

I think that the real issue is there was no control of what I said, though I was careful to always be respectful to the people associated with the IMB, encouraging about the work of winning the world to Christ and always careful to avoid any matter of confidentiality. I stand by what I have written. I think I have shed some light on things where light needed to be shined, and I believe that light is for the longterm good of our convention.


(3). There was no attempt at any private mediation prior to the actions at the Board meeting to recommend me for removal from the IMB. I expected, but did not know with certainty, that a few trustees might be upset with the blog. Only two, maybe three trustees ever wrote with their displeasure regarding my blog, and I even included one email of dissent (removing the name) in my blog to let readers know that not every trustee was happy with my public dissent via the blog. I also included my response to that anonymous email so people could conclude on their own whether or not blogging by a trustee was appropriate. By reading the comments of people who read that particular post, it led me to believe the blog was beneficial for the vast majority of the people in the SBC. It gave them a great seat into the greatest agency of our convention. Since I am accountable to the convention, I feel I was fulfilling my trust in shedding some light on our great work.

It seemed to me a leap across the Grand Canyon for any trustee to recommend my removal without first trying to arrive at a compromise. I could not understand the sudden action. Maybe I am missing something. I am sure willing to listen to the explanation from someone in the know, but I am clueless as to why the recommendation to remove.

"Lack of trust," is another statement in the official press release, and it seems to me to mean "we can't trust Wade when he writes and tells people what is going on." Several people have written or called me and said that trustees are telling them "Wade was new and did not work within the system," or "It was not what Wade said, but how he said it" (in a blog). I wonder how many trustees have even read my blog. I have a funny story about that which I will one day be able to share.

(4). My experience has been that people draw conclusions without ever reading my blog. In fact, many trustees did not even know what a blog was, but there was not a shortage of people who volunteered to tell them their opinion of blogs. It is a generational thing. One compared it to "internet pornography," and another said it was like "gossip."

I can only assume the words "gossip" and "slander," words used in the actual wording of the recommendation which was read into the offical record during the PUBLIC plenary session, refer to the blog (thus they probably meant "libel" rather than "slander" because the blog is written, not spoken). Nevertheless, what bothers me the most is that after repeated requests for someone to show me the slanderous statements, I have to this day, never received one piece of evidence.

Obviously it is distressing when a trustee can feel free to publicly accuse a Christian brother of slander when that brother has never been confronted privately. That is a violation of Matthew 18 and borders on the violation of other things.

But, I also make mistakes often. I can forgive easily. I am not interested in retaliation. There is far too much work around the world. I am hoping that the trustees will retract their statement and we can work together to make the IMB an even greater ministry of the SBC. My whole desire is to get us to a place where we simply focus on missions. We already have an excellent doctrinal framework --- the Baptist Faith and Message sees to that, now let's focus on missions!

(5). Finally, I am convinced that these actions were caused by God to bring about a result that would be impossible without such a public act. Because I believe God is behind it all I don't pay much attention to what men say.

It is critically important for everyone to remember that the big issue for me is not about "tongues" or "baptism." These two new policies are serious issues, but they are not the biggest.

The biggest issue is simply this:

Are we going to continue to narrow the parameters of cooperation in our convention by tightly controlling trustee boards and agencies to the point that that those who disagree on minor doctrinal issues are excluded from service? Are we going to allow principled dissent? I am just one trustee among over 80 trustees from around the world. Surely, the convention is big enough for people who disagree to work together? Cults conform. Christianity connects. I definitely enjoy being connected with fellow conservatives who cooperate in fulfilling the Great Commission even though there is no conformity in minor doctrines. That is the Baptist way!

I have been told by someone who has researched it, though I do not know if it is true, there has never been a trustee brought before the convention for removal from an agency board.

Well, I like being first, but I must confess, I would rather be last in this category.

Nevertheless, I am speaking to my church with a smile on my face this morning, a song in my heart and a perfectly clear conscience.

I hope you have as great a day as mine. I will blog on Monday night about the the weekend and a speaking engagement I have in Tulsa on Monday.

In His Grace and in Support of our SBC Mission Work Around the World!

Wade Burleson

42 comments:

Jon said...

Great post!

May God bless you today Wade as you articulate your predicament and positions to your congregation. I bet most don't know a whole lot about what is happening, in part, due to the lack of resources(computers) at their disposal.

"Blog? Blog? What's a blog?" :)

"So, Wade, you speak in tongues?"

May God bless you,

Jon B.

Rob Boss said...

Keep Standing Tall! for much is at stake.

-Rob Boss

Anonymous said...

Brother, my family and I have finished our time in home church this morning. We live in CA and in our prayers for our peoples, our neighbors, our friends we prayed for the Living Water to flow from our lives into their lives. We also prayed the same for you, your family, your church and our convention. May He truly continue to search us, try us, convict us, take away the dross, refine us and use us for His Glory to shine to all the Nations.

Living among those who sit in darkness but upon whom also the Light of the Glory of God is shining, DB in CA

Ron West said...

"Three also Salient Points"
1. I doubt if it is possible to get a 2/3 majority or even a majority of the convention to remove you from the board. This is not something that will moblize people to attend the convention. It will be easier for people to be mobilized to come and support you. Therefore, if the intent of the trustees was to punish you they have probably failed and instead given your cause more publicity.

2 It would be hypocritical to criticize the trustees for trying to silence your dissent unless you also criticize the entire conservative resurgence for doing the same thing in past years. Your paragraph on not narrowing the parameters is almost word for word what theological conservatives were saying in the 80s and 90s and were ostracized for saying it.

3. Matthew 18 is still true. When was the heyday of liberalism at the IMB or in the SBC? Did you witness it yourself? Have you labeled and cast aspersions on a whole generation of SBC leaders and trustees with this broad condemnation? We have had 1000s of trustees so it is possible there may have been one or two trustees that denied the divinity of Christ at one time but I have not heard that. Do you know who they were and when they served and were they given a chance to anwer the charges?

jthomas899 said...

Wade, I am praying for you. Is blog one of the countries in Ezekiel? :)

Jeff

Wade Burleson said...

Ron, three excellent points. I removed the quote to which you refer because I do not have first hand knowledge about the trustee who denied the divinity of Christ back in the late 70's. Though I trust implicitly the person who told me this, I do not have first hand knowledge myself. Thank you for your clarity.

Jon, funny post!

Rob. thanks for your encouragement!

IN His Grace,

Wade

Jon L. Estes said...

Once again , thank you for exposing your heart. Have a great Sunday.

Gos is good all the time and wll the time God is good.

Kay said...

Wade, I know you as a man of integrity and am praying for you and your family through this. May God's will be done.

Looking forward to hearing from you this morning.

Blessings,

Kay Shaughnessy

Anonymous said...

Wade, I don't know you, and I don't know your personality, i.e., how you "come off" to others and in person; if we sat down and compared notes, so to speak, we would probably find areas of disagreement. But in this area at least we find ourselves in agreement. The issue in the SBC is less theology than personal agendas--another word for which is "control." Gee, this sounds very much like what many Southern Baptists, identified as "moderate" ot at least "less conservative" (epecially those from NC & VA) have been saying for quite a few years. Well, anyway, I plan to be in Greensboro and unless the Spirit tells me otherwise between now and then, count on my support. Granted, my support and 82c will get you a cup of coffee at most fast food joints; but our Father's support is another matter. Hang in there!
Because He lives,
John Fariss

Anonymous said...

Thanks for this!
May I make a suggestion?
I've read your open letter to the SBC from Nov. 30th of last year where you talk about the baptismal issue. I don't believe it's on your site, and it gives an excellent explanation of what is going on. Could you post this?
From EA

Anonymous said...

Of course you are under attack for your views. Any pastor that chases Oklahoma tornados and supports OU with your zeal would be a threat to the status quo of a group fixed on iron fisted control and afraid of open and honest debate. You don't fit the mold of a good robot. Go Wade! Go!

Kevin Bussey said...

BLOG=Burleson's Live Online Gathering

Keep up the great work!

WTJeff said...

Wade, I've been following your blog since the vote in November. I admire the stand you've taken and I that I would be able to make a stand with the wisdom and intergrity you have. You've truly honored God by the way you've handled it. I only have one question: Why remove yourself from any further executive sessions? The integrity and overall love of the IMB are needed in such sessions. You must act as the Lord has led you, however, and I respect your decision.

Grace,

Jeff Parsons
Amarillo

farouttraveler said...

Wade,
in my blog i asked the question, "Why have none of the "big dogs" of the SBC spoken out against this?" Bobby Welch is on the IMB board. Has anyone (SBC 'big dog') written an article, blog, or comment about this situation that carries enough weight to be heard?
see http://therooftopreview.
blogspot.com for the full question...
Shannon Brown

Paul said...

I think your #3 is the saddest point. Another trustee who voted for your removal told me that he hopes this doesn't make it to Greensboro. I told him that I hoped so as well, but that I imagine we mean two different things by that. He hopes you will resign and all of this will go away. I hope that the trustees will find a way to work in unity even in the midst of their diversity and love one another in the process.

We'll see.

Given the anonymous post a few up I have to wonder if this isn't some conspiracy by Texas fans to make Oklahoma pay off the field since (excepting this past season) they have been unable to make Oklahoma pay on the field.

Boomer Sooner.....uhm...er...I mean...God Bless.

Bowden McElroy said...

Wade:

You're a Sooner fan? I'm going to have to withdraw my support and delete my posts on this subject from my blog!

-Bowden, OSU Class of '81

Wade Burleson said...

wtjeff,

Excellent question. I found it quite strange that I could be publicly accused of slander without being given one iota of evidence. I removed myself from Executive Sessions only UNTIL this matter is resolved by the convention.

I am the kind of person who speaks openly and honestly, and I like things to be presented in the open. Since the charges were made public by being read into the official record, I want them detailed in public. Too often Excutive Sessions can be used to keep things private that OUGHT to be made public.

I have asked repeatedly that "gossip" and "slander" be detailed so I know what in the world this is about. As you know, the public statement released by the trustees did not use those two words, but instead used the phrases "lack of accountability" and "loss of trust." I would be delighted for the specifics of this charge to be made public as well, but I think I know what that means.

Basically, I believe I am accountable to the convention, not fellow trustees. I also am bound by conscience, not the opinion of man (even if it is a majority opinion).

I welcome the public scrutiny. Put the details on the front page of the IMB web site.

I, more than anyone, want to know the specifics.

I await patiently.

In His Grace,


Wade

Anonymous said...

Was SBC President Bobby Welch, an ex-officio member, present at the IMB trustee meetings last week?

Tom D. Webb said...

Wade,
What is so distinctive in this entire controversy is that you have been honest, transparent and specific in reporting the details, while the IMB public news release seems really nothing more than an "ipse dixit" of vague generalities and allegations. What a marvelous opportunity has been given to the SBC to say, "NO!" to backroom politics and uncooperative conservatism (on minor doctrinal issues). This Okie firmly believes that God will use this episode to reaffirm His sovereignty in how He wants His Great Commission to be carried out in the SBC. May He continue to richly bless and strengthen you and yours as His will is accomplished.

In His Grace and Peace,

Wade Burleson said...

Pastor Bobby Welch was not present.

In His Grace,

Wade Burleson

Anonymous said...

Great post!!

Anonymous said...

Mr. Burleson,

If you are serious about what you are writing, I challenge you to mobilize the Southern Baptists (including all the IMB trustees and personnel) to pray and fast for a unity in the Body and a harvest in the fields.

Not to pray and fast so that everyone might see that "we" are right and "they" are wrong. But to really fast and pray and seek God's face for the sake of His presence in our lives.

What would it be like if the Baptist (and secular) press could only write about the love and unity of the Body of Christ? That is the mark of discipleship (Jn 13.35) and not tongues, baptism, landmarkism, etc.

Wade Burleson said...

Mr. Anonymous,

I agree.

I also think you may have missed a major point in this blog.

I am arguing that we all cease trying to convince anyone of the "right" or "wrong" side of different intepretations of non-essential doctrines. What do these non-essentials have to do with missions?

Let's cooperate together.

Wade Burleson

Steve Lynch said...

"Frankly, I was trying to change things from within the Board."

Sorry..gotta laugh at that one... I know too many naive but well meaning folks in the SBC who have said this.

I've been asked to leave a couple of churches who like their Club-like existence just fine thank you.

In the words of Groucho Marx, "I would never join a club which accepts me as a member."

Kevin Bussey said...

Anonymous said...

What would it be like if the Baptist (and secular) press could only write about the love and unity of the Body of Christ? That is the mark of discipleship (Jn 13.35) and not tongues, baptism, landmarkism, etc.

That would be great. Unfortunately, the present leadership in the SBC isn't concerned about love. They only want to be right. Sometimes as Wade said in a post 2 weeks ago, you have to stand up to bullies! This whole incident has awaken younger SBC pastors and staff and given us the kick in the rear we need.

Wade, You are the Man!

Mike, Carrie, and Hunter McCoy said...

Wade,

We support your decisions wholeheartedly! It's amazing how even as Christians we can persecute each other! We will be praying for you and the upcoming decision! We think you are doing a great job!

In Christ,
Carrie, Mike, and Hunter McCoy

Anonymous said...

Wade

Thank you for taking this courageous stand. We need more "Wades" who will stand up for what they believe is right.

Stay strong and continue on!

Your friend, chamm

P.S. Shamm says "Amen".

Kevin said...

Dear Wade, I have experienced much the same thing you are experiencing as a deacon in a local baptist church. There was much dealing behind closed doors by a few members of the church. They did things without reguard to the rules of the church. They manipulated things to their advantage. They shut me up by discussing things at the Deacon meetings and voting on them so that I could not voice my opinion in the public forum of the business meetings(I would not speak out against the rulings made in the Deacons meetings). Politics ruled the day instead of God's will.
I have left that church with a great regret because I deeply loved many members of the church and was even told by one member that I was greatly loved by the members of the church, the best compliment that I believe, a Christian can receive. I'm praying for that church that God will restore it and remove the people who are running it for their own purpose instead of God's purposes.
My prayer for you, Wade, and the conventention is that God's will be done and if that should include(and you may not want to hear this) tearing down the convention, so that "one brick is not standing on another" so that what God wants is built back up, so be it. I don't believe God wants hard hearted, ungodly men running things. I believe God wants people who's motives are pure and want the things that God wants. I believe He wants people like you Wade to see that His will is done. May God bless you. Kevin

Kevin said...

Dear Wade, I have experienced much the same thing you are experiencing as a deacon in a local baptist church. There was much dealing behind closed doors by a few members of the church. They did things without reguard to the rules of the church. They manipulated things to their advantage. They shut me up by discussing things at the Deacon meetings and voting on them so that I could not voice my opinion in the public forum of the business meetings(I would not speak out against the rulings made in the Deacons meetings). Politics ruled the day instead of God's will.
I have left that church with a great regret because I deeply loved many members of the church and was even told by one member that I was greatly loved by the members of the church, the best compliment that I believe, a Christian can receive. I'm praying for that church that God will restore it and remove the people who are running it for their own purpose instead of God's purposes.
My prayer for you, Wade, and the conventention is that God's will be done and if that should include(and you may not want to hear this) tearing down the convention, so that "one brick is not standing on another" so that what God wants is built back up, so be it. I don't believe God wants hard hearted, ungodly men running things. I believe God wants people who's motives are pure and want the things that God wants. I believe He wants people like you Wade to see that His will is done. May God bless you. Kevin

Anonymous said...

Wade,
We have never met, but I have recently been reading your blog, and wish to make three comments.
1. I agree with your objections to the IMB policy. If I was in your position as an IMB trustee, I would have also voted against it.
2. I agree with you that the vote of the IMB trustees was an overreaction. I agree they should have set in place a policy against trustees blogging about the meeting if they did not want that to happen, rather than removing you.
3. I disagree with your tactics. You are against "crusading Baptists," but you yourself come across to me as the crusader. You said that you would welcome a deacon blogging your deacons meeting. Come on now, would you really, if the deacon objected to your leadership or the decisions of the deacons and discussed those differences, and put it out there so that nonbelievers anywhere from Alabama to Albania could read your dirty laundry? I think not.

Wade Burleson said...

Mr. Anonymous,

Think what you will. Good leaders are never troubled by dissent. Abishai said to King David regarding Shemei's cursing of the King, "Do you want me to go cut that dead dog's head off."

King David answered, "Let him alone. God hath bidden him to speak."

Squelching dissent is a sign of insecurity.

In His Grace,

Wae

Jon said...

"You are against 'crusading Baptists,' but you yourself come across to me as the crusader."

It appears to me that some of the trustees have, as an unintended consequence, put Wade in the role he finds himself.

Kind of ironic, if you ask me.

Jon B.

Anonymous said...

Would there have been a conservative resurgence without dealings and planning by a relative few behind closed doors during meetings and in hotel rooms? And not just everyone can't be invited to the closed door meetings. Sometimes that hurts people's feelings.

Shaun Ewing said...

Wade,

I am a friend of Melody's and have heard about your struggle. My husband had a similar issue with another mainline denomination several years ago. He was upholding the basic tenants of the faith and asking our conference to do the same. He was told that the Board of Ordained Ministry, if they had to choose, would choose a pastor who did not believe in the virgin birth or the physical resurrection of Christ over him and his conservative views any day. After years of fighting these battles, we felt that God released us from our calling to that denomination and to the efforts to effect change therein. We came to the Baptist church after leaving our denomination with a very heavy hearts.

I tell you these things just to let you know that we truly understand and are praying both for you and for your family. Stand firm and fight the good fight.

Bill Messer said...

Brother Wade,

I find your stand with respect to openness and fairness to be a breath of fresh air. For several years, I have avoided the national convention meeting but this could be the year of my return.

God bless you.
Bill Messer
Columbia, SC

Anonymous said...

Does anyone on the International Board members read the Scriptures? This issue is settled in the Word of God. Thus the action taken by the International Board is sin because it is directly contrary to the clear command of the Scriptures. I would suggest that we heed the admonition of I Corinthians 14:37-39.

Moreover, it is a wicked perversion of the Word of God to say that this does not apply. Paul is giving instructions regarding speaking in tongues.

Jerry Dale Patterson
Oxford, Mississippi

Anonymous said...

Wade,
Regarding your willingness to have deacons blog your deacons meeting, you cited David allowing Shimei to curse him (2 Samuel 16:5-14) to say that good leadership does not squelch dissent. That's a good point. He later forgave Shimei (2 Samuel 19:18-23). However, remember that David did give Shimei enough rope to hang himself later (or should I say, let Solomon hang him- 1 Kings 2:8-9) and eventually Shimei paid the price with his own life(1 Kings 2:36-46). So while good leadership does not squelch dissent, dissent can be very costly to unity, and should not be done lightly.
I understand that you feel you were right to object, and I agree that you were correct in your principles. My objection was to the tactics used: like Shimei's throwing dust in the air and bringing down curses, which only agitates others.

Jeremy Weaver said...

I am praying for you. I wonder what would have happened to the world if Luther had become silent because 'Majority Rules'.
Thank you for your unwavering stance on these issues.

George said...

Thank you for your stand. Issues such as this are not simply related to the IMB. They are in and a part of our churches. My heart longs for the church to move toward the New Commandment of John 13:34-35 and less on the traditions and commandments of men that nullify the word of God. Matthew 15:1-9.

George Welborn

Tom Reynolds said...

Wade:
The position that you take is not acceptable where the word of Christ is concerned. If I become involved with an organization that I disagree with I just get out. There is no way you can be augumentative with any one when the fact of the matter you position within the group does not allow you to make a public issue of a matter of this nature.

Be honest with your self, how would you respond to a church member who holds a position of leader ship, and would use the internet to oppose you in your own church?? Just give a chuckle and move on or would you become a little upset??

I have no quarrel with your right to disagree BUT not in a way as member of organization that would interfer with the work--that my friend is what you are doing!!

I spend 28 years in the Military as a chaplain and served in church for years as pastor and this is a no win position for you or for the IMB. I would assure you that you would be booted out of the military for taking such a stand while in position of confidential information and use it to futhur your cause. Very dishonest on your part and I can assure you what you give out you will get back one day in kind.

God bless your work but get honest what you are doing is an ego trip.

Tom Reynolds

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