Daniel’s Story: Genesis of the US Government’s AIDS Relief in Africa

Daniel

“But it’s Daniel,” shot back the intern. Sure enough, the dying patient was one of their fellow medical students, Daniel Ochieng. [Read more...]

The Rings of the Lord

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By Robert Crosby Jesus had an inner circle. The Bible offers plenty of examples. As a matter of fact, he had several circles or rings of relationship around him. When the mother of James and John asked Jesus to allow her sons to enter one of those rings, he did not deny her request. However, [Read More...]

Why Southern Baptists Quiesced and What to Do – Part 2

Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

This is the second part of the article by Dr. Paige Patterson, the President of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. In light of the annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention I’m happy to share his thoughts on the future of America’s largest Protestant denomination. The first part of the article is here.  * In Part [Read More...]

Why Southern Baptists Declined and What to Do

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I was delighted to receive this article by Dr. Paige Patterson, the President of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and in light of the annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention I’m eager to share these thoughts on the future of America’s largest Protestant denomination. * The lugubrious prognostications about Baptist futures are known and experienced [Read More...]

Detroit Pastor Envisions an ‘Urban Turn’ in Christian Apologetics

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By Joseph E. Gorra Different images and ideas tend to populate the imagination of evangelical laity and pastors when they think about the ‘work of Christian apologetics.’ Maybe some mostly imagine people ‘winning arguments’ or ‘defeating objections’ to Christian faith. Or, still others may just predominately think of the work of leading personalities in apologetics [Read More...]


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