Establishing a foundation in apologetics early may help guard against the church drift experienced by many young adults who grow up in church.
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“I want to fly the flags of conviction very clearly.”
By Diana Chandler WASHINGTON (BP) – The nation’s High Court allowed blatant discrimination to stand in at least two cases limiting church activity during the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito told the Federalist Society on Nov. 12. Alito referenced the July case of a Nevada church limited to 50 attendees when casinos were allowed […]
By Shawn Hendricks/The Alabama Baptist BIRMINGHAM — With more than 400,000 children reportedly in the foster care system in the United States, and 100,000 of them available for adoption, experts in these fields say the COVID-19 crisis has opened up more opportunities for families to explore ways to help vulnerable children. Virtual meetings and other […]
“The churches of our Southern Baptist Convention are coming together to support the vision of the Great Commission.”
for KING & COUNTRY performs onstage for the 2020 Dove Awards. Photo by Don Claussen/Trap The Light Photography for Dove Awards By Rebecca Manry NASHVILLE (BP) – “Just like everything else in 2020, it’s unlike anything we’ve done before.” That’s how Gospel Music Association President Jackie Patillo described the 51st annual Dove Awards, which aired Friday […]
By Adam Greenway I believe in inerrancy. I also believe in integrity. One would think that if one affirms the former to be true then it would be obvious that the latter would also be true – both in word and in deed. After all, what we believe about a virtuous Christian life, including matters […]
It is about the mission, not the money.
The fire occurred during a night when protests over the police shooting death of a Black man roiled the city of Philadelphia, but the cause of the fire is still unknown.
“Together, these nations said clearly there simply is no international right to abortion.”
“He is an almighty God. He granted our prayer.”