Get To Know Ronnie W. Rogers
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 has authored several books (see publications). He has served as Chairman of the Nominating Committee of the Southern Baptist Convention; Chairman of the Board of Trustees for Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary; President of the Arkansas Baptist State Convention; and Member of the 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). Papers presented, on Government Policy Toward Teaching Religion in State Schools, on The Decline of Religion in Public Education and The Decline of Public Education, and “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.
He and his wife Gina have two married daughters, Natalie and Nancy, two sons-in-law, Rocky and JR, and seven grandchildren.