Resources by 2018

WASHINGTON, D.C., Dec. 19, 2018—Southern Baptist leaders in Texas join the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention in calling for a repeal of the parking and transportation tax on non-profit organizations, including houses of worship found... Continue...

"I got to see him while he was in jail, but I never saw him once when he went to prison," Josh Rakestraw remembers of his father, David. Shackled by addiction, David knew his life was out of control. He... Continue...

Every year, we have the privilege of working at the ERLC to advance the gospel in the outworkings of our society. Whether we look at ethical, cultural, or moral issues, we know that the Bible has something good to say... Continue...

WASHINGTON, D.C., Dec. 18, 2018—Through a variety of efforts, the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, has encouraged Christians to honor and protect the dignity of all human life, from the unborn to the elderly in... Continue...

Marriage and romantic relationships are severely misunderstood in our society. Sadly, they’ve been robbed of their God-ordained meaning. At our National Conference, Matt Chandler joined us to talk about this topic in his message “The Mingling of Souls.” Continue...

For this special two part series, we bring you ERLC president Dr. Russell Moore teaching on Christian ethics. These lectures were recorded live in Washington, D.C.. at the ERLC Academy on the Hill events earlier in 2018. In part one,... Continue...

There will be many topics that will be remembered in 2018 but perhaps none greater than the #Metoo and #churchtoo movements. Sexual abuse, assault, and allegations of inappropriate behavior swept through our culture and our churches. The ERLC made it... Continue...

I recently revisited an old post on my blog, and I was struck by how relevant it still is and how helpful it might be to post it again. Surrounded as we are by sales pitches, hysterical rhetoric, and outright... Continue...

Nikki and Jamal were not married but had a child already. Without a steady job or solid support structure, the news that they were pregnant again was not exactly welcomed. They resolved to pursue an abortion. When they arrived at... Continue...