Southern Baptists Repudiate the Confederate Flag
(UPDATED) SBC is first of three evangelical groups seeking racial unity after Ferguson and Charleston.
Southern Baptists Repudiate the Confederate Flag. 0; tweet; share; email; print. Update: Southern Baptists have voted to repudiate the Confederate flag.
Amid ‘Evangelism Crisis,’ Southern Baptists Bring In $400 Million More
While the No. 1 evangelical denomination reports the highs and lows of 2015, America's No. 3 reports just highs.
Amid 'Evangelism Crisis,' Southern Baptists Bring In $400 Million More. Over the past year, Southern Baptists went to church less, gave less to missions, and baptized fewer people.
Supreme Court Sends Little Sisters Case Back to Lower Courts
(UPDATE) Justices don’t have a final answer for religious organizations that oppose Obamacare’s contraception mandate.
Supreme Court Sends Little Sisters Case Back to Lower Courts. (UPDATE) Justices don't have a final answer for religious organizations that oppose
Few Pastors Say Adultery Should Permanently Ban Them from the Pulpit
1,000 church leaders weigh in on how to investigate allegations and when the congregation should be told.
More Baptists (35%) and Pentecostals (43%) want the pastor to remain than Methodists (24%) or Presbyterian/Reformed pastors (24%). Most want allegations kept secret until proved.
Weekend Edition—May 27, 2016
Problems at Baylor, Poverty, Millennial roommates, church signs and more!
The reports about Starr were explosive among many evangelicals — Baptists in particular — because they tap into a couple of the most basic contemporary debates at religious schools
Only One-Third of Pastors Share 'Left Behind' End Times Theology
Here's how 1,000 Protestant clergy disagree on the rapture, the Antichrist, and other points of eschatology.
Baptists (75%) and Pentecostals (83%) are most likely to see a future Antichrist. Baptists (75%) and Pentecostals (84%) are most likely to choose premillennialism.
Unity in the Body and Working Relationships Beyond
What are the limits of cross-denominational partnership?
Are they in unity? If so, what is the unifying principle? How do Presbyterians and Baptists—who disagree on pivotal theological distinctions—unite? Not theoretically, but in practice?
The Trap of Tradition
Don't substitute the things we know for the things of God.
50s culture in many of their churches. So, some Wesleyans, Baptists, and Pentecostals can get stuck in that era. On the other hand, some Presbyterians