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I recently read an article about the violence toward women in Honduras. It grabbed my attention because I usually only see articles about Honduran riots and unrest, not about everyday life. Having grown up in Honduras, I think articles like... Continue...

Over the last few decades, abortion advocates have argued their desire to live in a world in which abortion is “safe, legal, and rare.” This mantra betrays the tension that most abortion advocates live with on a daily basis. Why... Continue...

On Thursday, June 20, the Supreme Court decided the fate of the Bladensburg Peace Cross, a memorial to the fallen of World War 1 in Maryland. The memorial stands thanks to a 7-2 decision by the justices yet the opinion... Continue...

When men are preparing to enter the ministry, we often talk to them about the importance of surrounding themselves with faithful men. We teach them how to identify future leaders. We teach them how to preach. We encourage them to... Continue...

Last week messengers to the 2019 Southern Baptist Convention Annual Meeting in Birmingham, Alabama voted to adopt 13 resolutions, eight of which were related to ERLC concerns, issues, and legislative priorities. Here is a recap of the ERLC-related resolutions: On... Continue...

The Supreme Court ruled today on American Legion v. American Humanist Association, a case in which the justices considered whether or not the display of a World War I memorial cross standing on government owned property in Bladensburg, Maryland violates... Continue...

Russell Moore, president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, commends the U.S. Supreme Court’s 7-2 ruling that a 40-foot memorial cross located on public property in Bladensburg, Md., does not violate the Establishment Clause.... Continue...

WASHINGTON, D.C., June 20, 2019—Russell Moore, president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, commends the U.S. Supreme Court’s 7-2 ruling that a 40-foot memorial cross located on public property in Bladensburg, Md., does not... Continue...

In recent days, three victims of religious intolerance have appeared in the news cycle. Two of them have been there before, but a third now enters the mix. Barronelle Stutzman The first is Barronelle Stutzman, the owner of Arlene’s Flowers... Continue...

In my experience, I think most believers who are in end-of-life dilemmas or are thinking about them want to respond faithfully—we want to honor God, and we want to make sure we're being biblical in our approach. The problem I... Continue...