Patricia Wilson, an attorney and member of the Baylor Law School faculty, recounts times when Black lives didn’t matter and calls for addressing racism.
10/19/2020 - By Patricia Wilson
Dr. Joe Rangel, associate dean of Wayland Baptist University’s School of Christian Studies, offers guidance for seeing systemic racism.
10/19/2020 - By Dr. Joe Rangel
Jim Denison points to three media problems—bias, fake news and echo chambers—and three biblical responses to overcome them.
10/19/2020 - By Jim Denison / Denison Forum
Jakob Topper, Hardin-Simmons University alumnus and pastor of NorthHaven Church in Norman, Okla., calls for addressing racist systems.
10/16/2020 - By Jakob Topper
Christians must practice repentance and pursue justice and reconciliation, not hyperpartisan and tribalistic tendencies, Jack Goodyear contends.
10/16/2020 - By Jack Goodyear
Churches suggest differing responses to tightening budgets during and after the coronavirus pandemic—from increasing income to decreasing expenses.
10/15/2020 - By Jonathan Merritt / Religion News Service
Hardin-Simmons University President Eric Bruntmyer encourages others to be like Jonathan Price, a former HSU student unafraid to intervene when it was needed.
10/14/2020 - By Eric Bruntmyer / Hardin-Simmons University
Dr. Albert Reyes, CEO of Buckner International, places justice in the center of seeking God’s kingdom and sin at the center of injustice.
10/13/2020 - By Albert Reyes / Buckner International
Jim Denison considers current events and culture through the lens of God’s judgment forewarned by the prophet Hosea.
10/13/2020 - By Jim Denison / Denison Forum
Editor Eric Black comments on Sen. Ben Sasse’s view of religious liberty as stated in opening remarks of Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation hearings.
10/12/2020 - By Eric Black / Editor
Bob Fowler, a member of South Main Baptist Church in Houston and a real estate attorney, shares his background and thoughts on being a Christian in the marketplace.
10/12/2020 - By Staff / Baptist Standard
Trust is at the foundation of our shared life, and it is in decline throughout our shared life. We can’t ignore this, but must rebuild trust.
10/07/2020 - By Eric Black / Editor