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June (Web-only)Episode 269
Critical Race Theory, Sex Abuse, and Southern Baptists
How the denomination confronted controversy at this week’s annual gathering.
Bringing Birth Fathers Back into Adoption Narratives
This Father's Day, more families are recognizing the God-given dignity of adoptees’ biological dads.
It’s Never Too Late to Forgive a Flawed Father—or to Ask How He Got His Scars
What an attention-starved son learned while reconstructing the life of his distant dad.
The Supreme Court Sets a Good Precedent in Fulton, But Questions Remain
The court sidestepped some of the major issues, but this is still a good day for religious liberty.
Supreme Court Sides with Catholic Foster Care Agency
But majority declines to revisit rules for religious accommodation, over protests from justices Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch.
Care About Religious Liberty? Defend Religious Minorities.
Why Christians should support the “compelling interest” standard of accommodation.
The Holy Spirit Sets Us Free For Responsibility, Not From It
Pentecostal spirituality calls Christians to the public sphere—to pour our lives out for others.
How to Fight Peer Pressure Culture in Our Churches
Recent examples of fallen ministries show us that conformity can be dangerous.
10 Must-Read Articles on the Current State of the Refugee Crisis
A compilation of resources & reading from our partners for World Refugee Day
The Table in a Crisis
Our series on pastoring during a pandemic crisis
Southern Baptists Approve Major Investigation Into Abuse Response
Pastors speaking on behalf of victims pushed for a task force to direct inquiry into the Executive Committee.
Meet the Conservative Evangelicals Practicing ‘Strategic Hibernation’ in the American Northwest
They might embrace their marginal status, but they don’t plan on staying marginal forever.
Lebanon’s Christian Schools Are Full of Muslims—and They Need Help
Devastating deflation means evangelical and Catholic schools can barely pay teachers and keep classes open. Yet it’s cheaper than ever for the global church to support them.
Pick One of These Refugee Memoirs to Read This Summer
Gripping stories with great reviews to entertain, educate and challenge.
Aun los pastores son pesimistas sobre el futuro de las denominaciones
A medida que crece la identidad no denominacional, hoy en día los pastores evangélicos son menos propensos a considerar que dichas afiliaciones sean vitales. Muy pocos creen que su importancia se mantenga firme en los próximos 10 años.
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学园传道会(Cru)因强调种族议题而起分歧
在这跨教会事工的内部,批评者声称,它最近以批判性种族理论(critical race theory, CRT)的思维来处理多元化,而导致“使命漂移”。
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學園傳道會(Cru)因強調種族議題而起分歧
在這跨教會事工的內部,批評者聲稱,它最近以批判性種族理論(critical race theory, CRT)的思維來處理多元化,而導致“使命漂移”。
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Transitioning in a Crisis
Our series on pastoring during a pandemic crisis
Southern Baptists Elect Ed Litton as New President
The Alabama pastor, known for his inclusion of women and work on racial justice, beat out Mike Stone of the Conservative Baptist Network in a runoff.

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Supreme Court Sides with Catholic Foster Care Agency
Supreme Court Sides with Catholic Foster Care Agency
But majority declines to revisit rules for religious accommodation, over protests from justices Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch.

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