Shepler’s, the 110-year-old retailer of Western wear, reflects the diversification and multichanneling that can show the way forward for the Christian movement in America.
By Tom Ehrich, Religion News Service
Trinity College’s American Religious Identification Survey, released March 9, helps to clarify that recent budget cuts in Baptist life dovetail with a broader fade of organized American Christianity.
By David Gushee
The presidential search committee and the presidential search advisory committee have been named at Baylor University. Now, for the good of the “Baylor family,” they need to operate as if they were one committee.
By Marv Knox, Editor, Baptist Standard
Now is the time for Christ followers to reflect God’s hope and compassion that flows through the lives of believers to those in need.
By Randel Everett, BGCT Executive Director
How a spelling error almost made Marv a grandpaw.
Racism or sexism: Which is the more virulent “ism” in our society and churches?
By Emmanuel L. McCall, East Point, Ga.
“There are a lot of people on the lowest rung of Jacob’s Ladder, and we must somehow reach down, given them a hand, and make them want to climb.”–Dave Brubeck
By Staff, Baptist Standard
"I’m glad the Baptist Standard is not about standardizing Baptists, but faithfully carrying the standard of Baptists in Texas."
During the 400th anniversary of the origins of the Baptist tradition, let's not forget the reality of squeamishness and censorship.
By Doug Weaver, Baylor University
Cartoon: The first politically incorrect statement
Next Sunday, ask this question: “If our church disappeared, would anybody notice?”
After Marv made friends with a golden retriever puppy, would his own dog Topanga be jealous?