Brent Walker, longtime executive director of the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty, a Washington, D.C.-based organization committed to upholding the historic Baptist principle of religious liberty for all people, will retire at the end of 2016.
Ben Carson, a top Republican presidential contender, has been insisting a Muslim could not be qualified to serve the United States as president. But the Constitution's requirement for 'no religious test' couldn't be more plain.
Baylor at the Crossroads: Memoirs of a Provost by Donald D. Schmeltekopf is reviewed in this issue.
Suzii Paynter of CBF, Brent Walker of the BJC and the SBC's Russell Moore, among other Baptist leaders, gathered at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary to discuss religious liberty issues around the nation and world.
Protestant pastors overwhelmingly agree humanity has a God-given duty to care for animals. They just don’t mention it much from the pulpit.
Pope Francis’ historic visit to the United States energized immigration activists in a speech to Congress and gave hope to prison inmates in Philadelphia. But even before arriving on U.S. soil, the pontiff also inspired those who work in urban and church ministries.
Texas Baptist Men disaster relief volunteers have seen the devastating impact of fire and rain in the Pacific Northwest and on a Pacific island, and they provided ministry to people affected by the disasters.
Student Missions Blog: With just a few loaves of bread and some small fish, Jesus made a feast that fed a multitude of people. Recently, the Baptist Student Ministry at the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley brought this story from the Gospels to life.
Baptist World Aid distributed more than $65,000 in emergency refugee support as Baptists in Serbia and Croatia joined Baptists in Germany, Hungary, Sweden and other European nations in providing aid.
Bedilu Yirga, the Baptist General Convention of Texas’ second vice president, will be nominated for first vice president when the BGCT conducts its annual meeting in Frisco Nov. 8-10.
Pope Francis is boosting the reputation of the Roman Catholic Church among Protestant pastors in the United States according to a recent LifeWay survey.
Hardin-Simmons University named Myles Werntz—a graduate of Baylor University’s Truett Theological Seminary—as the next T.B. Maston Chair of Christian Ethics at Logsdon Seminary.
The Baptist General Convention of Texas Executive Board unanimously approved a slightly increased 2016 budget, which messengers to the BGCT annual meeting will consider Nov. 8-10 in Frisco.