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Editorial: What about preaching and plagiarism?

Editorial: What about preaching and plagiarism?

Pastoral plagiarism is back in the news. Actually, pulpit pilfering happens so often, it never goes completely away.

Editorial: Baptists should join Catholics to abolish poverty

Editorial: Baptists should join Catholics to abolish poverty

Is capitalism idolatrous? That’s the message from one of Pope Francis’ top advisers.

Editorial: My (fantasy) dinner with Bill Maher

Editorial: My (fantasy) dinner with Bill Maher

One of my fantasies is to eat dinner with Bill Maher. I’d want to talk to him about the kinds of Christians who never get discussed on his program.

Editorial: Muslim seminarian shows ideology trumps theology

Editorial: Muslim seminarian shows ideology trumps theology

Sometimes, life is so upside-down you couldn’t make it up. For example, Paige Patterson has emerged as an ecumenical leader among Baptists.

Editorial: Let Glorieta homeowners have their say

Editorial: Let Glorieta homeowners have their say

Glorieta homeowners deserve their day—and say—when the Southern Baptist Convention convenes this summer in Baltimore.

Editorial: Does God hope?

Editorial: Does God hope?

Two brief words leaped up from the comments section of a news story posted on the Internet. They practically pulsed on my computer screen. “God hopes … .”

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Editorial: Stop torturing people to death and killing the innocent

Fairness and human decency demand moral people oppose capital punishment.

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Editorial: America’s God-awful view on God-absent prayer

Generic “To whom it may concern …” prayers are popular in town hall meetings and public events, but does God listen? I’ve got my doubts.

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Editorial: What became of the people who witnessed Jesus’ miracles?

Easter Sunday doesn’t last forever. Unless we’re mindful, the passion, clarity and joy of Easter fades.

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Editorial: Celebrate Easter with joyful, purposeful sacrifice

As I pondered—and longed for—Easter and attendant springtime, the Apostle Paul’s account of the last experience Jesus shared with his disciples attracted my attention.

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Editorial: Honor your mother; feed the hungry

Mother’s Day—May 11 this year—is only about a month away. So, now is the time to prepare to honor our mothers by collecting funds for the Texas Baptist Hunger Offering on their day.

Editorial: Possible Baptist Building sale part of national trend

Texas Baptists aren't the only American religious group looking to sell its primary office property.

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Editorial: Way forward is repentance & forgiveness

Reading the cover of the latest edition of The Christian Century felt a bit like yanking the scab off an old wound.

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Editorial: The knock-kneed need not apply

The BGCT must transform itself in order to achieve a successful, effective future. But it's time to act boldly, not play it safe.

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Editorial: Strength, decline & the future of the BGCT

The Baptist General Convention of Texas will continue to decline unless Texas Baptists resolve one of the great paradoxes: The source of strength often leads to downfall.

 
 
 
 
 
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