Would a journalist refer to a person who uses bifocals as “eyeglasses-bound”?
By Staff, Baptist Standard
Jan Daehnert has retired from the Baptist General Convention of Texas again. But I hope it is not the last time.
By Randel Everett, Executive Director, BGCT Executive
Texas Baptists don’t have to be missiologists to see things are amiss in our iconic missions organization. We need to pray for Texas WMU.
By Marv Knox, Editor, Baptist Standard
Chocolate-covered strawberries, the sweet optimism of young love and the simplicity of “I do.”
The recent survey by the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life affirms a longstanding truism: Religious commitment and pluralism flourish in a nation committed to religious liberty and the separation of church and state.
By J. David Holcomb, UMHB Center for Religious Libert
“The only part of my faith that has any play in my judicial enterprise is whatever commandment it is—the sixth—‘Thou shalt not lie.’”
Once spouses have aired dirty laundry in court, healing is difficult.
By Cynthia Holmes
While I share your concern about the “innocent” being put to death (April 28), my Bible tells me no one is innocent and that the wages of sin is death.
We must continue to provide ministry preparation at all levels—certificate, diploma, associate, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral. We must pray and call out leaders into the harvest.
By Randel Everett, BGCT Executive Director
The wonderful thing about the impossibility of Texas Hope 2010 is that it kicks our pride in the head.
Editor Marv Knox prepares to blog off the high board.
Theoretically, people should be able to express different opinions and still get along. In practice, however, cordial disagreement is the exception rather than the rule.
By Marv Kox, Editor, Baptist Standard