Our health care is in a pickle, and we need to bring our best minds and efforts to the quandary, because it affects us all.
05/05/2021 - By Eric Black / Editor
Editor Eric Black looks at three issues, among several, many Texas Baptists are following in the 87th Texas Legislature.
04/28/2021 - By Eric Black / Editor
Editor Eric Black responds to the verdicts against Derek Chauvin, who was convicted of killing George Floyd.
04/21/2021 - By Eric Black / Editor
Listening is hard, uncomfortable and vital for the days we are in, Editor Eric Black contends, noting listening requires practice.
04/14/2021 - By Eric Black / Editor
Editor Eric Black sees in the Book of Revelation and the Lord’s Prayer clues to how Christians should regard those unlike them.
04/08/2021 - By Eric Black / Editor
If church membership is about incarnation more than institution, we should be concerned about its decline, Editor Eric Black contends.
03/31/2021 - By Eric Black / Editor
Legislation and regulation might help reduce some violence, but to stop it, we need to surrender our disdain for others.
03/25/2021 - By Eric Black / Editor
Editor Eric Black asks, “What would you do if 3,000 people came to you, and Jesus told you to feed them?” He considers possible responses.
03/17/2021 - By Eric Black / Editor
Editor Eric Black reflects on where we are one year after the first closures in Texas due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
03/10/2021 - By Eric Black / Editor
Editor Eric Black responds to Gov. Greg Abbott’s Mar. 2 announcement about masks by encouraging Christians to focus on their common ground.
03/03/2021 - By Eric Black / Editor
Trying to figure out who’s responsible for recent winter storm damages can be an exercise in seeing a deeper and more pervasive problem.
02/24/2021 - By Eric Black / Editor
How Christians are to live in the world seems counterintuitive and ineffective but rests on the witness of Scripture and Christian history.
02/17/2021 - By Eric Black / Editor