G92 Immigration Conference
Richard Land to speak at Cedarville’s G92 Immigration Conference The event is reportedly designed to equip the next generation for an “effective biblical response to immigration.”
The U.S. House of Representatives has passed two bills that endorse inclusion of a religious message or symbols at the country’s war memorials.
The House voted 386-26 for legislation that calls for installation of a plaque or inscription containing President Franklin Roosevelt’s D-Day prayer at the World War II Memorial in Washington.…Read More
Messengers to the Southern Baptist Convention dealt, as expected, with the hot-button issue of the Boy Scouts’ new membership policy, but also passed a series of resolutions expressing compassion for the victimized and vulnerable.…Read More
WASHINGTON, D.C., May 12, 2015—Russell Moore, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, responded to the latest data from the Pew Research Center today, which confirmed a rise in Americans who claim “no affiliation” in religious belief.…Read More
Gaining an understanding of violence in the Old Testament helps make clear the church’s mission, enemies and priorities, a Southern Baptist ethicist said at a Washington lecture.
Speaking at the Institute on Religion and Democracy, Phillip Bethancourt said Old Testament violence “is the most difficult ethical issue to navigate” in Scripture.…Read More