Joshua Sharp weighs biblical references to capital punishment, Christian arguments and the difference between the Roman empire and American democracy.
01/06/2021 - By Joshua Sharp
R.E. “Mickey” Moriarty, retired pastor of Community Baptist Church in Ferris, shares his background and thoughts on pastoral ministry.
01/05/2021 - By Staff / Baptist Standard
Joshua Gilmore shares lessons he learned during 2020 about harmonizing, anticipation, optimism and perspective.
01/05/2021 - By Joshua Gilmore
Suzii Paynter March describes how justice involves being able to see below the surface of a person’s life and circumstances.
01/05/2021 - By Suzii Paynter March
A Baptist Standard reader responds to Adam Greenway’s defense of the statement on critical race theory by the six SBC seminary presidents.
01/04/2021 - By Staff / Baptist Standard
Jim Denison points to a waiter’s generosity as an example of actions that can lead to happiness in this new year.
01/04/2021 - By Jim Denison / Denison Forum
The challenges of 2020 will continue into 2021, and how challenging they will be is up to us. Will we work together or work against each other?
12/22/2020 - By Eric Black / Editor
Trent Richardson shares how a person can get lost on their journey of faith and then find the way home again.
12/21/2020 - By Trent Richardson
Rev. Dr. Michael Evans Sr. contends being able to love one’s neighbor includes understanding that neighbor’s journey.
12/21/2020 - By Rev. Dr. Michael Evans Sr.
Jimmy Pogue teaches English at Cooper High School and Hardin-Simmons University. He shares his thoughts on being a Christian in public education.
12/21/2020 - By Staff / Baptist Standard
Jim Denison points to the miracle of the first “Christmas Star” and the Savior it led the Magi to worship.
12/21/2020 - By Jim Denison / Denison Forum
Jacob Randolph asserts SBC condemnation of social science, like critical race theory, requires pastors to be experts in everything.
12/18/2020 - By Jacob Randolph