Culture

What our languages are telling us, part 2

Economics and culture impact the languages in which the world communicates.

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Cooperative Baptist Fellowship: An alternative Christian model in a polarized era

Why a non-triumphal, ministry-focused Cooperative Baptist Fellowship matters in a polarized age. 

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Slender Man stabbings expose ‘prisoners of the moment,’ Baptist educator says

Recent stabbings reportedly inspired by a dark fictional character have many blaming parents and social media. But the problem goes much deeper than that, says a divinity school professor.

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CBF Fla. gathering has international, interfaith flavor

 Workshop discussions range from Baptist women in ministry and ecumenical dialogue to how churches can be more relevant in society.

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Stripped of power: Saying goodbye to Christian America, part III

Two ways the demise of Christian America will be good for the Church. 

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Don’t celebrate just yet: Saying goodbye to Christian America, part II

Don't celebrate just yet. Today I want to talk about what there is to mourn with the end of Christian America. 

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Saying goodbye to Christian America

The ultimate Christian social ethics issue may be the fact of declining Christian cultural power – and its fallout. This is the context within which every particular moral issue is contested. 

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Charting clergy trust

Why are clergy honesty and ethics rankings at an all-time low?

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Lawyer says religious liberty at risk

Law professor Douglas Laycock says culture-war issues pitting religion against sex are turning many Americans against religious liberty.

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We can dance if we want to

Christians need to reclaim the joy of dancing.

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