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Profiles in Goodwill: Miguel De La Torre

By Staff | August 21, 2019

Miguel A. De La Torre is professor of social ethics and Latinx studies at Iliff School of Theology in Denver.

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Baptist leaders voice their opposition to Christian nationalism as part of a new initiative spearheaded by the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty.

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Croatian Baptists Make Progress Spreading the Gospel

By Daniel Trusiewicz | August 19, 2019
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With the founding of two Baptist churches in the 1890s, Croatian Baptists today number some 2,000 members in four dozen churches and mission stations comprising the Croatian Baptist Union.

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Emerging Voices | What Women Pastors Taught Me During My Visit to Cuba

By Elizabeth-Anne Nordgren Lovell | August 16, 2019
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Being disoriented can be good every once in a while. My trip to Cuba challenged me to love radically and to care for others, following the example of the Cuban Baptist women pastors I came to visit.

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Controversial Comic-Book Series Preaches Christianity 101

By Michael Parnell | August 16, 2019
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Mark Russell’s ‘Second Coming,’ a comic-book series pairing Jesus with a superhero, sparked fiery anger from Christians before publication, but its message is Christianity 101: You can’t win through violence or power, only love.

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Look Back | US Founders Valued Religious Freedom for All

By Ed Sunday-Winters | August 16, 2019
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The founders of the United States didn’t rely on the Ten Commandments to forge our nation’s laws. Indeed, their goal was to ensure religion would neither control government nor contend with unnecessary government entanglement.

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Theological Malpractice Stands Culpable in Sexual Abuse

By Mitch Randall | August 15, 2019
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Patriarchalism is a common thread running through church sexual abuse cases. Any theological conviction and practice that harbors abusers and vilifies victims should be truthfully regarded for what it is: theological malpractice.

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