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Author Nathan Finn

Sometimes a story is just begging to be told. This might be because it’s the sort of story that keeps you on the edge of your seat. Or it might be because the story is particularly compelling. Sometimes, for any number of reasons, the original participants need a voice to be given to their experiences. […] Read More

In the 1960s and 1970s, the Vietnam War divided Americans, including American Protestants. By this time, the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) had surpassed the Methodists as the largest Protestant denomination in America. As a mostly theologically and culturally conservative tradition, the SBC generally supported U.S. military involvement in southeast Asia. Though some Southern Baptists dissented […] Read More