“A professor had been castigated if not crucified verbally on Twitter…”
“There’s a common bond, I think, in people realizing they’re not alone,”
“The gospel is not about safety and comfort at all costs.”
Many offered their prayers not only for President Trump but former President Barack Obama …
Alongside their fellow Americans, Georgia Baptists commented online over the most shocking election result in their lifetime as Donald J. Trump ascended to the presidency via a populist wave experts simply didn’t see coming. At 2:42 a.m. the New York Times sent an update acknowledging Trump had had been elected the president. Pastor Jean Ward of […]
“Southern Baptists soon joined other groups in taking advantage of the microblogging service, making it a mainstream part of the conversation at the 2010 Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting in Orlando.”
One of the leading stories ramping up to next week’s Iowa caucus is where the evangelical voter block will go.
In a poll on Twitter, 87% of those responding said they agreed with Georgia Governor Nathan Deal’s position on Syrian refugees in the state.