A self-described “GA gone bad,” historian Elizabeth Flowers returned to her Southern Baptist roots to research and write an acclaimed book that she hopes can be used in service of the church.

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In a Huffington Post interview promoting his new memoir, the 90-year-old former president also said he believes if he had been re-elected in 1980, he could have been successful in brokering lasting peace in the Middle East.

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The author of a book examining why the most egregious racial injustice in American history found root in the heart of the Bible Belt says the SBC should stop pretending the denomination was organized due to pure missionary zeal.

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Scholar Brian Kaylor argues in a new book that “transubstantiating” politics into religious worship creates a distinct form of communication with implications for both church and state.

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The Crown Publishing Group is distancing its WaterBrook Multnomah brand, a publisher of conservative evangelical authors including Al Mohler, from Convergent Books, a separate imprint formed in 2012 to appeal to a more liberal crowd.

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Southern Baptists are circling wagons against a book by a proclaimed evangelical arguing that God is not anti-gay.

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Being honest about the dark spots of one’s story provides a path to holding on to “a thread called grace,” RNS senior columnist Jonathan Merritt says in his newest book.

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Tuesday, 07 January 2014 14:28

Pastor: Obama opening door to Antichrist

A new book by Robert Jeffress says President Obama’s policies are paving the way for a future world dictator prophesied in Scripture.

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Friday, 22 November 2013 07:59

Between heaven and hell

The deaths of JFK, C.S. Lewis and Aldous Huxley all on the same day prompted one author to imagine what the three might say to each other at a meeting in the hereafter.

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Wednesday, 06 November 2013 12:37

Nadia Bolz-Weber speaks at Baptist church

The “Sarcastic Lutheran” talks about grace, liturgy and women in ministry at an event promoting her new book at a Baptist church in Washington, D.C.

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