Archive for May, 2012
It will be an awful thing to preach to others and then become a castaway yourself.
Editor’s Note: This is a transcript of a lecture given on the campus of a private college in the late 1980s.
The investigation into the 2011 murder of Shahbaz Bhatti, the only Christian in Pakistan’s cabinet, has come under fire from Bhatti’s family as well as the All Pakistan Minorities Alliance, according to a report by Compass Direct News. Lax investigations, a series of freed suspects and lack of coordination across law enforcement organizations have stalled the case following the March 2011 slaying of the federal minister for minority affairs, sources tell Compass.
An archaeological survey led by Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary discovered a bilingual inscription the week of May 21 at the ancient site of Tel Gezer, Israel.
Mississippi pastor Eric Hankins will be nominated for second vice president of the Southern Baptist Convention by North Carolina pastor Clint Pressley during the SBC’s June 19-20 annual meeting in New Orleans. Hankins, 40, has been pastor of First Baptist Church in Oxford since 2005. Pressley, as Hankins’ nominator, is pastor of Hickory Grove Baptist Church in Charlotte.
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Many in Sweden are trying to rid the society of gender-specific language and actions, even getting rid of toy cars in schools and dumping references to “his” and “her,” says columnist Mary Kassian. Biblically, she says, it’s a horrible idea.
When you’re talking about Doc Watson, the place to start is here: He was a superstar in old-time folk music, which is the rare art form in which the word “tradition” is not a curse. Read more on Doc Watson: He was a pilgrim…
We return to the studio to look back at a few blog highlights from the last week and open with Russell Moore’s post, Fake Love, Fake War, and the story of how the post originated in a bumpy bus on an iPhone in the hills of Italy. Go behind the blog in five minutes or less.
Contact: Jeremiah Lorrig, Home School Legal Defense Association, 540-338-5600 PURCELLVILLE, Va., May 30, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ – Teenagers are often accused of not caring about serious issues, especially political ones. But this summer hundreds of teenagers across the country are gathering because they want to see Christian’s make a difference. They care. Generation Joshua, a division of the Home School Legal Defense Association, is hosting its 14th iGovern S Source: Home School Legal Defense Association