A Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary event open only to men and boys features door prizes including a shotgun autographed by Texas Sen. Ted Cruz.

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Advocacy groups including American Association of People with Disabilities called a proposal to access the Social Security database to identify individuals too dangerous to buy a gun a step backward for an administration with an overall good record on the inclusion of people with disabilities.

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The outspoken former Southern Baptist Convention officer says the solution to mass shootings isn’t more gun control, but rather arming and training Americans to defend themselves.

Published in People

Changing the culture of our country will take the determined efforts of people all across America.

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Tuesday, 01 September 2015 12:17

Accidental shooting kills N.C. Baptist pastor

Phillip Davis, founder and senior pastor of Nations Ford Community Church in Charlotte, N.C., accidentally shot himself while cleaning a handgun.

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Southern Baptists’ former spokesman for moral concerns says gun control wouldn’t have stopped the recent on-air killing of two television journalists, while criticizing politicians like Hillary Clinton for “ghoulishness” in suggesting otherwise.

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Two of the three victims were active in ministry at a Southern Baptist church.

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One of the victims of Thursday’s mass shooting in Lafayette, La., attended Belmont University for two years in the early 2000s.

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While some see body cameras as a way to curb deadly police shootings like one in North Charleston, S.C., last weekend, others say systemic issues like police training and a gun-loving culture must also be addressed.

Published in Social Issues
Friday, 29 August 2014 12:39

Bumper sticker theology

In some symbols, we may create a monster we will live to regret.

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