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"Christians have to be cautious about uncritically adopting secular environmentalist perspectives. As salt and light in the debate, we can bring a voice of hope to a conversation that’s been dominated by doom-and-gloom.” --Rusty Pritchard
       

RIGHT or WRONG? Wasteful attack ads

If you could take all that money and channel it to gospel causes, how would you spend it?
       

DOWN HOME: Crashing ceiling, many blessings

Joanna heard a “boom!” and knew it was an omen of misfortune.
       

EDITORIAL: Will desperation breed dumbness?

Texas will suffer if the Legislature slashes one of the most vital educational programs, the Tuition Equalization Grants.
       

2nd Opinion: Of chiropractors & Christians

We Christians should not be surprised that a “witness” that sounds like an infomercial for a faddish trend fails to attract disciples.
       

IN FOCUS: Heritage links BGCT to institutions

One of the things that makes the BGCT unique is the number of institutions we have and the support we give to them.  All of our universities are examples of our continued commitment to Christian higher education.
       

Texas Baptist Forum

Our culture has changed; Muslims want Christians to accept Mohammad as a prophet sent from God.
       

Quotes in the News

There can be no progress if we have an unrealistic view of the world and its defects.”  --Richard Bridges
       

Reading the Culture: The greatest revolution since Leonardo da Vinci

The more we learn about creation--including the human genome-- the more we learn about our Creator.
       

RIGHT or WRONG? Family moral history

Although our grandbaby won’t be able to read for several years, we would like to compile a moral history of our family.
       

DOWN HOME: Is ‘driving etiquette’ an oxymoron?

Brent found out that when Texas drivers use their blinker, it's not a request, it's a warning.
       

EDITORIAL: Best tool to defeat hunger? Letters

Will you invest a quarter-hour to lift millions of people out of poverty and chronic hunger? That’s all the time you need to participate in Bread for the World’s 2011 Offering of Letters.
       

In heaven now

“She looks so peaceful.” People often say those words to try to console someone who has just experienced loss.
       
 
 

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