Four recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions may be disagreeable, but how Christians demonstrate the character of Christ in response matters more.
By Eric Black / Editor
Jim Denison considers significant events from the first half of 2020 in light of a Christian’s posture facing the second half of the year.
By Jim Denison / Denison Forum
The image of God, imago Dei, provides a robust foundation for discussions about race. Jim Lemons, theology professor at Dallas Baptist University, examines the doctrine.
By Jim Lemons
Tresa and Mike McNeal, physicians with Baylor Scott and White Hospital in Temple, share their background and thoughts about being Christians in healthcare.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Jared Brandt urges North Texas churches to move services online this Sunday, June 28, as data suggests North Texas is at a pivotal moment in the Coronavirus pandemic.
By Jared Brandt
A Baptist Standard reader responds to an opinion article about the need for congregations to be able to meet again in person.
Whatever happens to Confederate monuments, the lessons they contain are history that shouldn’t be forgotten, lest they be repeated, Gregory Tomlin contends.
By Gregory Tomlin
Lawrence Traynor describes his experience abusing alcohol, including the rationalizations he used to avoid admitting he had a problem. And he offers hope.
By Lawrence Traynor
Our children are taking in and learning from everything going on around them. Editor Eric Black challenges us to be mindful of what we are teaching them.
Jim Denison shares the story of Daylan McLee and why he pulled a police officer from a burning car as an example of the commandment to love one another.
Joshua Sharp responds to Kevin DeYoung’s call to Christians to fight the culture war through procreation, arguing the gospel calls for a different strategy.
By Joshua Sharp
Devah Pittman, a licensed and certified physician assistant in Clarendon, Texas, shares her background and thoughts on being a Christian in healthcare.