Monday, 03 November 2014 11:45

What our languages are telling us, part 2

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

Published in Trending

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

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.

Published in Media and Arts

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

Published in Organizations

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

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

Monday, 17 March 2014 11:09

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. 

Thursday, 19 December 2013 13:40

Charting clergy trust

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

Published in Can I Get a Witness?
Friday, 08 November 2013 10:15

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.

Published in Politics
Tuesday, 22 October 2013 09:44

We can dance if we want to

Christians need to reclaim the joy of dancing.

Published in Commentaries
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