Guest Columns
  • Worldview: The next Nairobi

    March 10 2009 by Erich Bridges, Baptist Press | with 0 comments

    NAIROBI, Kenya — “If we want to visualize a ‘typical’ contemporary Christian, we should think of a woman living in a village in Nigeria or in a Brazilian favela (shantytown).” So wrote religion historian Philip...

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  • Unfair, Unbalanced, and Unacceptable

    February 13 2009 by Jonathan Merritt | with 11 comments

    Whenever conservative Christians decry the “bias of the liberal media” there is almost always a call for “fair and balanced” reporting. This week, we again learn what being fair and balanced means to Baptist Press,  the “news service” of the...

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  • Good news doesn’t have to be long

    January 30 2009 by D.E. Parkerson, Special to the Biblical Recorder | with 0 comments

    Dr. M. Ray McKay, homiletics professor at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary back in the 1950’s offered this wise advice to those in his class who were training to become pastors: “Try always to preach because you have something to say, not...

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  • Texas educators to keep asking for evaluation of all theories

    January 30 2009 by Jerry Pierce, Baptist Press | with 2 comments

    GRAPEVINE, Texas — Leave it to the "experts" instead of "scientifically illiterate" elected officials to decide what constitutes legitimate science education for your kids. That's the message The New York Times editorial board and Darwinist...

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  • How clear is Obama's theology?

    January 19 2009 by By Mark Coppenger | with 1 comments

    EVANSTON, Ill. (BP)--Several years ago, when we began to plant Evanston Baptist Church, we knocked on doors throughout the city, asking people what they thought the Gospel was. And then we gave them a card with the answer. Their initial responses...

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  • First Person: Your prayers can change our country

    January 10 2009 by Richard Land, ERLC | with 0 comments

    "First of all, then, I urge that petitions, prayers, intercessions, and thanksgivings be made for everyone, for kings and all those who are in authority, so that we may lead a tranquil and quiet life in all godliness and dignity. This is good, and...

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  • Time for some New Year's resolutions

    December 31 2008 by Tom Ehrich, Religion News Service | with 0 comments

    In this winter of financial, political and ethical discontent, our nation needs to make a slew of resolutions for the new year. If we had made them earlier, our transition into 2009 might not be so bleak. Be that as it may, it is essential...

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  • First Person: A life-changing trip

    December 22 2008 by Paul Brewster | with 0 comments

    HAMPSTEAD, N.C. (BP)--When I was about 13 years old, my Boy Scout troop made the trek from Arkansas to Colorado. Among other things, we climbed Pike's Peak. For a kid who had never been west of Oklahoma, the wide open spaces of the West and...

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  • Vocational evangelists could help usher in revival

    November 26 2008 by Steve Hale | with 3 comments

                    DULUTH, Ga. (BP)--Since Sept. 11, 2001, our nation has been in a state of emergency and has put into place a strategy to protect us from being attacked by...

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  • Forgiving without forgetting

    September 26 2008 by Tom Ehrich, Religion News Service | with 0 comments

    NEW YORK — As we stood on the roof of his new six-story apartment building in Greenwich Village, my oldest son pointed south and asked, "Could we have seen the World Trade Center from here?" "Yes," I replied. At 110 stories, the twin towers were...

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