Representing the Baptist World Alliance, Valérie Duval-Poujol was the only woman among the eight fraternal delegates to the two-week gathering at the Vatican.

Published in People

In Contesting Catholicity, Curtis Freeman urges Baptists to move beyond the fragmentation and sectarianism that has characterized so much of the past toward “the unity for which the Lord Jesus prayed and which the church must seek.”

Published in Theology

… and the outcomes may be promising.

Published in Thinking Theologically

Understanding and appreciation are goals the Baptist global organization hopes will come out of talks with the World Methodist Council.

Published in Organizations
Wednesday, 06 November 2013 11:27

BWA leader advocates Christian unity

Neville Callam tells World Council of Churches gathering that Christian youth should be educated on ecumenical issues. 

Published in Organizations
Wednesday, 03 July 2013 09:28

CBF joins Red Cross, others in Sandy fund

The Atlanta-based Fellowship contributes to a $7 million fund for unmet needs of Hurricane Sandy victims.

Published in Organizations

The Chapel Hill resident said her goal is to avoid arrest at protests against North Carolina Republicans who are cutting into social programs and education.

Published in People
Wednesday, 22 May 2013 12:05

Twister response goes ecumenical

Using relationships created in previous interdenominational projects, Baptist and other churches are joining forces to provide relief and hope to victims of the May 20 tornado in Moore, Okla.

Published in Organizations
Wednesday, 20 March 2013 11:43

Baptists hopeful about new pope

Baptist theologians see in Pope Francis an ally for promoting dialogue and inspiring Protestants. 

Published in People
Thursday, 28 February 2013 12:50

Church leaders confront ‘statelessness’

American Baptists and the World Council of Churches are co-sponsoring an international meeting focusing on the plight of an estimated 12 million people around the world who are denied rights of citizenship in the countries where they reside.

Published in Social Issues
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