A Baptist Standard reader responds to Jim Lemons’ article on the doctrine of the image of God as a basis on which to establish race relations.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
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
A Baptist Standard reader responds to an opinion article about the need for congregations to be able to meet again in person.
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
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.
Jim Denison seeks to create further awareness of the longstanding issue of racism in the United States and the transforming hope the gospel offers.
Sam Law, founder of Sam Law Financial and member of First Baptist Church in Lubbock, shares his thoughts about being a Christian in the marketplace.
As debates swirl around the country over defunding or disbanding police departments, an analogy might help in understanding some calls for defunding.
By Jared Brandt
Churches have more reason to partner with public schools than they may realize. Marshall Cook, a son and grandson of educators, explains.
By Marshall Cook
Ryan Denison, writing for his father this week, examines the role of fear and reason in the debates about defunding or reforming police departments.
By Ryan Denison / Denison Forum
A reader responds to President Trump’s order to teargas protesters so he could have a photo-op in front of a church.
Jim Denison acknowledges he doesn’t know firsthand what it’s like to experience racial discrimination, face systemic poverty, encounter injustice, or suffer as an innocent victim of violence. But Jesus does.