Ronnie W. Rogers (B.A., Biblical Studies, Criswell College; M.S., Counseling, Henderson State University) has been a pastor for over thirty-five years and is currently the senior pastor at Trinity Baptist Church in Norman, Oklahoma. He is a founding member of the Conservative Baptist Network (CBN).
Ronnie is an author (see publications). He has served asÂ Chairman – Nominating Committee of the Southern Baptist Convention; Chairman – Board of Trustees for Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary;Â President – Arkansas Baptist State Convention; and Member – Committee on Committees of the Southern Baptist Convention.
Ronnie presented papers on four occasions, 2004-2013, at the Oxford Round Table meeting in Oxford England (Now, the Oxford International Round Table Symposiums).Â Papers presented, â€œGovernment Policy Toward Teaching Religion in State Schools,â€ â€œThe Decline of Religion in Public Education and The Decline of Public Education,â€ and Â “A Proposal for a Proportional Accommodation and Appreciation Model For Governing the Relationship of Church and State.” The latter served as the basis for the book, The Death of Man as Man: The Rise and Decline of Liberty.Â
He and his wife Gina have two married daughters, Natalie and Nancy, two sons-in-law, Rocky and JR, and seven grandchildren.
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