What we all can learn from Indiana and its aftermath.

Boyce College professor Denny Burk says the sin of homosexuality begins not with the act but the desire that prompts it.

Published in Theology

An Alabama Baptist church whose pastor supports same-sex marriage has formally been voted out of membership of its local association.

Published in Congregations

Though not Indiana’s first openly gay college president, Thomas Minar is the first for Franklin College, a small-town college 20 minutes from Indianapolis historically rooted in the American Baptist Churches USA.

Published in Social Issues

The president of a school with a history of social activism that produced some of the leading figures in the civil rights movement is not backing down to critics of a lesbian preacher being invited to lecture on campus.

Published in Organizations

A Baptist theologian and interpreter of culture says churches should not reinterpret their views on what the Bible says about homosexuality based on whims of culture.

Published in Theology
Thursday, 19 February 2015 14:24

Fired Atlanta fire chief sues city

Atlanta’s former fire chief is suing to get his job back, claiming he was fired for speaking about his religious views.

Published in Social Issues

A Baptist church mentioned in news coverage of the first day legal marriages were performed in Alabama faces expulsion from its local association of Southern Baptist churches.

Published in Congregations

A Southern Baptist legislator says deciding who gets protected as part of a special class should be consistent statewide and not vary from community to community.

Published in Politics

Opponents of an ordinance banning discrimination against gays and transgendered people are closing on a deadline for collecting enough petition signatures to force either repeal or a voter referendum.

Published in Congregations
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