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Texas Baptist Forum

Letters: Editorial independence

It is a bad day when Christian news has to be controlled by powers of the church fathers.

Texas Baptist Forum

Letters: Background checks

I see a lot of problems with background checks.

Texas Baptist Forum

Letters: Thanks for 'Love' editorial

Thank you for “Love, not condemnation, leads the world to Jesus.” 

Letters: Prison ministry

Letters: Looking for inmate disciplers

We are looking for associations or churches that would host a training event for first-time volunteers in the Restorative Justice Ministries in Texas.

Texas Baptist Forum

Letters: Corporations not protected?

I am confused about the argument that some have made regarding a corporation is not an individual and therefore not protected by the constitution.

Texas Baptist Forum

Letters: Overcome greed & prejudice

Your editorial on values and recent remarks by the new pope renew my faith that Christians can make a difference against greed and prejudice.

Texas Baptist Forum

Letters: Pope isn't more liberal

Many in the media think the Catholic pope is becoming more liberal, but he isn’t. He doesn’t think women should have the same rights as men.

Letters Baylor

Letters: Long-gone Baylor days

I’m a former officer of the Baylor Alumni Association, and I’ve always been a proud Baylor grad, but those days are gone.

Heaven

Letters: Americans' spirits overlooked

(Updated) What connection do our body, soul and spirit have to each other? A person is the only living creature that was given all three.

Texas Baptist Forum

Letters: MLK and voter ID

I pastor a church that has become increasingly ethnically diverse over the years. I have also been a careful student of not only the “I Have a Dream” speech of Martin Luther King, but also many of his other sermons.

Christian Life Commission

Letters: Preserve the CLC

(UPDATED) I would like to affirm your editorial, which calls to our attention the vital function of the Christian Life Commission.

Russell Moore

Letters: Grateful for ethics interest

(Updated) Regarding the profile on Russell Moore, I rejoice that the Southern Baptist Convention now does have a spokesperson on the vitally important area of Christian ethics.

Texas Baptist Forum

Letters: SBC flip-flopped on abortion

(UPDATED) Why has the SBC flip-flopped on abortion?

death penalty

Letters: Capital Punishment

Roger Olson’s article on capital punishment ignores reality and makes capital punishment a Christian issue, which it is not.

Letters

Letters: Get ready for all those babies

(Updated) My cousin, a professor at one of the universities in Texas, put your article on our Facebook page.

 
 
 
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