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Members of Austin church use family vacation to distribute Bibles

Families from The Church at Canyon Creek in Austin partered with the Southern Cross Project to hand out Bibles to Chinese tourists in Southeast Asia.
       

Controversial theologian Clark Pinnock dies

Clark Pinnock, an influential theologian whose spiritual pilgrimage led from a fiery fundamentalism as a young professor to an openness that caused some to brand him a heretic, died Aug. 15 of a heart attack.
       

Analysis: Mosque decision leaves religious pluralism status unclear

The emotions and rhetoric surrounding the project suggest Islam’s role in the United States may be the latest battle front in an increasingly diverse society’s culture wars.
       

Texas WMU unanimously elects new leader

The Woman’s Missionary Union of Texas board of directors unanimously elected Sandy Wisdom-Martin Aug. 14 as the organization’s next executive director- treasurer.
       

Hispanic evangelicals warn GOP against alienating Latino voters

Leaders of the nation’s largest Hispanic evangelical organization warned leaders of the Republican Party Aug. 17 that their increasingly strident rhetoric on immigration puts the party at risk of losing an entire generation of Latino voters.
       

Baptist leader says Obama wrong about Ground Zero mosque

The head of the Southern Baptist Convention's moral concerns agency said Aug. 14 that he disagreed with President Obama's assessment that Muslims have a constitutional right to build the so-called Ground Zero mosque in New York City.
       

Exiled pastor returns from ministry in Gaza

The exiled pastor of Gaza Baptist Church began teaching Aug. 16 at Jordan Evangelical Theological Seminary following a three-week visit to his homeland to preach, teach and distribute food and medicine to the poor.
       

Baptists respond to massive Pakistan flooding

Baptists around the globe are responding to the floods that have afflicted Pakistan for two weeks, sending money and resources in the aftermath of what could become the nation’s biggest natural disaster in modern times. Video Included
       

Around the State

Houston Baptist University’s Dunham Bible Museum will host a premeire showing of KJV: The Making of the King James Bible in the Dunham Theater Sept. 2 at 7 p.m.
       

Faith Digest: Study reveals Amish growth

A new study says the population of North American Amish has increased nearly 10 percent in the past two years, causing many communities to turn westward in search of new land.
       

On the Move

Devin Butts to First Church in La Vernia as associate pastor and business administrator.
       
 
 
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