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Richard Dawkins

Analysis: Prayer for people who don't want it

We shouldn’t be surprised when offering prayer for an unbeliever creates a controversy. In our contentious world, Christians and non-Christians alike see slights where none are intended and infer insults where none are implied.

       
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Editorial: A trying time—and learning opportunity—for Baylor

In response to its sexual abuse crisis, Baylor University must provide transparency to the fullest extent allowed by law, develop the strongest anti-sexual violence culture anywhere, extend compassion and justice to abuse victims, and ensure due process and justice for accused perpetrators.

       
Why do we care what unbelievers think?

Editorial: Why do we care what unbelievers think?

Caring what unbelievers think does not require Christians to deny our faith. To the contrary, it requires us to live out our faith, treating people like Jesus did.

       
Analysis: Can pastors endorse political candidates?

Analysis: Can pastors endorse political candidates?

To what degree are pastors and churches limited in political campaigns? Can pastors endorse political candidates?

       
Robert Jeffress

Editorial: The ‘downward death spiral’ of hypocrisy

Politics isn't worth the risk of ruining Jesus' reputation.

       
Muslims in Mecca

Analysis: Do Muslims worship ‘our’ God?

Devout Christians take three approaches in deciding if they believe Islam's Allah is the same as Christianity's God.

       
Trump at Liberty

Editorial: Should U.S. Christians seek 'protection'?

If Christians follow Jesus consistently, they will reject offers of political "protection."

       
Editorial: Danger—and possibility—in the middle of the road

Editorial: Danger—and possibility—in the middle of the road

Life is dangerous in the middle of the road. Just ask New York Times columnist/PBS commentator David Brooks.

       
Pew Center Muslims

Editorial: Facts, not fear, provide way forward for Muslim relationships

Muslims' opinions of America are improving in many countries, and most Muslims despise the Islamic State.

       
Antonin Scalia

Analysis: Scalia is wrong on Constitution & religion

If government can favor religion over nonreligion, people of faith and of no faith eventually will suffer.

       
2016 new year

Editorial: The year ahead & what to do about it

We can't predict what will happen in this new year, but we can take steps to live faithfully and redemptively, no matter what.

       
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Editorial: Christmas and the miracle of peace

Christians honor the Prince of Peace when they demand and then arbitrate peace.

       
Editorial: Hunger

Editorial: Add the Texas Baptist Hunger Offering to your Christmas list

This Christmas, send a gift to the world's neediest people. Support the Texas Baptist Hunger Offering

       
Editorial: Pastors & giving

Editorial: Should your pastor know what you give?

Many churches—and members themselves—would be better off if pastors know what they put in the offering plate.

       
The last couple of weeks have been discouraging. That says more about Americans—and a good many people who claim to follow Jesus—than it does about terrorists and radical Islam.

Editorial: Refute fearmongers—think clearly, follow Jesus

The last couple of weeks have been discouraging. That says more about Americans—and a good many people who claim to follow Jesus—than it does about terrorists and radical Islam.

       
 
 
 
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