Letters this week respond to an article about battling human trafficking and a column on observing Lent.
This week’s letters responded to the push for education vouchers, conflict within the Southern Baptist Convention and the Baptist General Convention of Texas’ removal of churches that welcome and affirm LGBT members.
This week’s letters focus on the Baptist General Convention of Texas Executive Board’s determination three churches that are LGBT-affirming are no longer in “harmonious cooperation” with the convention.
Letters this week include responses to coverage of the Johnson Amendment, school voucher proposals, a call for Baylor University to become a sanctuary campus and racism in America.
Letters this week focus on a range of issues, from immigration to education, “Texas Baptist Voices,” the Baylor sex-abuse scandal and religious freedom.
Letters this week respond to editorials about the new Trump administration and an essay praising the outgoing Obama administration.
Letters this week respond to last week’s editorial, “Practicing faith in the Age of Trump,” as well as a previous letter about President Trump.
Letters this week focus on the presidency of Donald Trump, gender equality among Texas Baptists and the need for mental health care.
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This week’s letter expresses hope that the lawsuit filed against LifeWay will “get to the bottom of what happened at Glorieta.”
Letters this week focus on Southern Baptist leader Russell Moore, conservative Christians’ political hypocrisy and the Baptist General Convention of Texas’ vote to remove LGBT-affirming congregations.
Letters this week focused on following Jesus’ example at Christmas, criticism of Lake Shore Baptist Church and defense of opposition to Russell Moore, head of the Southern Baptist Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission.
Letters this week focus on Texas Baptists’ response to homosexuality.