Midwestern Seminary President Jason Allen says the practice of baptizing children at younger and younger ages has contributed to “unregenerate church members” in the SBC.

Published in Theology

Rodney Kennedy at First Baptist Church in Dayton, Ohio, said the practice conforms to his beliefs about baptism being the beginning of a life-long process. 

Published in Theology
Wednesday, 08 April 2015 07:06

Sex and religious liberty: 2015 and 1645

The more things change ...

Published in Columns

A Baptist World Alliance group met for the second of five meetings in an effort to overcome differences that bar Baptists and Methodists from more effective mission together.

Published in Ministry

A recent three-day consultation among six different “believers’ baptism” church traditions explored how ecumenical encounter has changed their thinking over the past 50 years.

Published in Theology

But religious conservatives who fear they are being reduced to minority status in American society should embrace the development as a return to prophetic witness, says one scholar.

Published in Culture
Monday, 08 September 2014 16:12

The end of church membership?

Rather than something to be lamented, it may be cause for hope.

Published in Trending
Thursday, 28 August 2014 12:06

God’s gonna trouble the water

Our lives are haunted by our baptisms.

Published in Commentaries

Statistics released in advance of next month’s Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting in Baltimore indicate continuing numerical decline.

Published in Organizations
Wednesday, 29 January 2014 16:31

From Baptist preacher to Episcopal priest

Former Alabama Baptist minister Malcolm Marler says his transition into the Episcopal priesthood was eased by his spiritual and pastoral formation in Baptist churches and schools.

Published in People
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