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WASHINGTON (BP) — The Southern Baptist Convention's lead religious freedom advocate has called on Secretary of State John Kerry to condemn the death sentence of a Sudanese Christian woman. Russell D. Moore, president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission,... Continue...

“We are loving, committed and faithful couples just like anyone else.” If you’ve paid the slightest bit of attention to the same-sex marriage debate, you’ve heard this very statement in some iteration. It’s not true by some important measures though.... Continue...

Friday was the 60th anniversary of the landmark Brown v. Board of Education decision by the United Sates Supreme Court. Unfortunately, much of evangelicalism has failed to honor this anniversary, missing an opportunity to bear witness to human dignity and... Continue...

Today’s question is how do pastors handle politics from the pulpit without communicating too much trust in Washington? Well, I think the first step is standing up and making sure that your people recognize that the things that they are... Continue...

During the Twentieth Century, no one individual did more to bring homosexuality into the public forum than Alfred Charles Kinsey (1894 – 1956). A professor at Indiana University, Kinsey was a zoologist by training and spent the early years of... Continue...

As a Christian, I believe in the sanctity of human life, beginning with the unborn child in a mother’s womb. Tragically, the U.S. has allowed abortions for 41 years, and many believe abortion is a woman’s personal right. While we... Continue...

It was late at night after a long day when I received a call from my older brother informing me that my father was at the emergency room. My father had hoped to retrieve old office items that had been in a... Continue...

In my previous two blogs on race and racial reconciliation, I briefly defined my understanding of race and discussed the need and provision for racial reconciliation. In the first blog, I proposed that race refers to “otherness” in the biblical word... Continue...

In its recent Town of Greece v. Galloway decision the United States Supreme Court ruled that local governments do not violate the First Amendment when they open their meetings with prayer, even if those who lead the prayer do so... Continue...

QUESTION: I was just wondering—one of the things that we want to do is to help our people avoid kind of the sacred-secular split and see a holistic view of the Christian life—life in the kingdom of Christ. But one... Continue...