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Resurrection Through Symbols: From Notre Dame to Louisiana

By Mitch Randall | April 18, 2019

During Holy Week, let’s come together as a Christian community and practice resurrection. As both Parisians and black Baptists continue to mourn the loss of their precious symbols, let us join with them to help rebuild.

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Rhythms of the Table

By Cliff Vaughn | November 14, 2000

“We are enslaved by speed and have all succumbed to the same insidious virus: Fast Life, which disrupts our habits, pervades the privacy of our homes and forces us to eat Fast Foods. Let us rediscover the flavors and savors of regional cooking and banish the degrading effects of Fast Food.” So states the Slow […]

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Rhythms of the Table

By Cliff Vaughn | November 14, 2000

“We are enslaved by speed and have all succumbed to the same insidious virus: Fast Life, which disrupts our habits, pervades the privacy of our homes and forces us to eat Fast Foods. Let us rediscover the flavors and savors of regional cooking and banish the degrading effects of Fast Food.” So states the Slow […]

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Thanksgiving Hymn: Thanks Be to God

By Paul Richardson | November 14, 2000

Thanksgiving provides an opportunity to strengthen the connection between worship and daily living. Carefully-chosen hymns can reinforce this tie. Memorable music helps well-chosen words linger in our minds, so that worship both models and molds our ethics. “For the Fruit of All Creation” (The Baptist Hymnal) is such a hymn.  Appropriate to Thanksgiving and set […]

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SBC Mission Agencies Using Racially Controversial Poster

By Robert Parham | November 6, 2000

Two Southern Baptist Convention agencies have distributed a racially controversial poster to churches, promoting the denomination’s annual international mission offering. At the top of the glossy poster in large letters are the words “Dispel the Darkness.” Beneath the poster is a picture of a bare-chested black man with beads around his neck. His unshaven face […]

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Consumerism Defined 20th-century America

By Sarah Griffith | November 6, 2000

Consumerism was the most misunderstood and important “ism” of 20th-century America, according to a recent article. “While materialism may be the most shallow of the 20th century’s various isms, it has been the one that has ultimately triumphed,” wrote James Twitchell in the November-December Utne Reader. Despite its triumph, consumerism remains unacknowledged as “the central […]

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