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It is just one light (bluish in color) and if you try to drive towards it goes away.Turn the car around so that it is facing the cemetery.

back many years ago there was a wreck on a rail road track and it killed children......late at night if you kill your vehicle and park on the track and put baby powder on the bumper of your car you will see hand prints from the children trying to push you across the tracks.SBTS does have the reputation of being the Reformed seminary within the SBC, but I have met several students, both past and present, who would not label themselves as Reformed.""We are never the ones who are on the attack," he continued."We are kind of always on the defense whenever [traditionalists] attack the Reformed Theological position ... Online dating can be one of the best ways to meet other singles in Texas.With today's hectic lifestyles, many single people do not have the time to meet other singles.Southern Baptists have many members who are Calvinists, and though still a minority, their numbers are growing in the denomination, especially among millennial Southern Baptists.

The latest Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting featured a razor close election for president between a 43-year-old Calvinist and a 58-year-old traditional Southern Baptist. The Calvinist withdrew rather than cause a division.

The seminary has some Calvinist millenials who are students there.

Four in attendance reportedly got up and walked out of the chapel service during his remarks."I know there are a fair number of you who think you are a Calvinist, but understand there is a denomination which represents that view," said SWBTS President Paige Patterson at the close of the chapel service, according to a Dec. "It's called Presbyterian."Patterson subsequently clarified his remarks on the SWBTS theological blog saying that he was speaking only for himself, not urging fellow Southern Baptists to leave the denomination. I think it is generational thing, I really do," he added.

In late November Rick Patrick, Senior Pastor of First Baptist Church in Sylacauga, Alabama criticized Calvinism at a chapel service at Southwest Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas, calling it a "Trojan Horse." Patrick argued that certain theological particulars of Reformed theology and the ministry practices that flow from it constrain evangelism.

Anything that throws evangelism into question has historically been anathema to Southern Baptists.

They don't understand the Baptist-Calvinistic viewpoint," adding that if the traditionalists would just listen a little more they would realize they have much in common than they think.