Author Archives: Dr. Rhyne Putman



Dr. Rhyne Putman

Rhyne Putman serves as the Pastor of Preaching and Vision at FBC Kenner.

His day job is at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, where he serves as the Assistant Professor of Theology and Culture. (Yes, he’s the nerdy theology type.)

Rhyne is the author of In Defense of Doctrine (Fortress Press, 2015) and of When Doctrine Divides (Fortress Press, 2017). He greatly appreciates any contribution you make to his son’s college education by buying his very (interesting) books.

He’s also a pop culture geek who thinks himself Superman’s pal Jimmy Olsen. He also bleeds Mississippi State maroon.

More importantly, he’s the husband of the stunning Micah and the father of a rambunctious preschooler named Ben.

in Church

Can God Use a Person Like Me?

Read Luke 19:1-10 The Bible is full of unexpected converts. One of them was a wee little man named Zacchaeus. (“And a wee little man was he.”) This short-statured Jewish man from the city of...

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April 20, 2017
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Oblivious to Jesus

Have you ever been oblivious to something big going on around you? This week, there was a lot of hullabaloo surrounding the unfortunate decision of United Airlines to forcibly pull a man off an airplane....

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April 12, 2017
in Church

Pray for Gospel Fruit

Hey Church Family, I just wanted to remind you that we are in the final legs of preparation for the Wild Game Supper, which is tomorrow night in the fellowship hall. Several men should be commended for...

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March 03, 2017
in Church

No Easy Way Home

This last weekend I had the privilege of speaking at a statewide BCM conference at a university in the Little Rock, Arkansas area. I spoke to roughly a thousand college students about Jesus and other...

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March 01, 2017
in Church

God Allows Comebacks

Most of my evenings when I come home from work, I am occupied playing foil to a black-and-gold clad four-year-old Drew Brees-wannabe. He wants to play football. All the time–even after football season is over....

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February 22, 2017