Baylor theologian and ethicist Roger Olson has been championing Arminianism as an alternative to Calvinism since the 1990s. 

Published in People

A new ministry model is showing results in a beleagured Dallas neighborhood, where innovative ministries and programs are sparking transformation in crime rates, health care and education.

Published in Organizations

A Baylor University study finds that only half of youth ministers are trained to deal with depressed youth — and even fewer say they feel qualified to do so.

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University president Ken Starr offers no reason for dismissal.

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Religious groups are best suited to convince other Americans that the poor are worthy of help, says a politicans, but a Baptist minister notes that will take a willingness by Christians to risk forming relationships with those in need.

Published in Social Issues

Simplistic explanations don’t offer solutions, speakers at hunger summit insist.

Published in Social Issues

Contrary to popular belief — and media reports — Millennials and other young people are not abandoning church, says Baylor University professor Byron Johnson. And the so-called “nones” are not quite as religiously unaffiliated as many think.

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But adult addicts say churches need to present a loving, relevant God to young people to reduce risks of substance abuse and addiction.

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Most counseling classes offered focus on premarital and couples issues, family concerns or dealing with grief.

Published in Theology

A Baylor University sociologist finds that prayer is more effective in easing anxiety when the pray-er believes in a loving, dependable God.

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