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Christians’ Healing Response Can Help Close Middle East Wounds

By Martin Accad | January 23, 2020

In an area of the world in deep need of healing, the assassination of Qasem Soleimani reopened the festering wounds of victimhood. Christians must embrace Christ as wounded healer to find a source of healing for societies around us.

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"No. 1: Mary Alice" is the first installment in a short-film series highlighting female Baptist pastors. This film, produced jointly by Baptist Women in Ministry and

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Nurses Top Gallup Honesty List Again; Clergy Stay Near Middle

By Staff | January 8, 2020
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Nurses in the U.S. continue to receive high marks for honesty and ethics, a Gallup poll found, marking the 18th year in a row that the nursing profession has topped Gallup’s list.

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Why You Need to Know Our North Star of Religious Freedom

By Frederick Clarkson | January 7, 2020
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The most significant legislation in the history of religious freedom is not well known to most US citizens. That must change because Christian nationalists are conflating religious freedom to suit their theocratic aims.

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How You Can Subvert Our Pervasive Culture of Contempt

By Leroy Seat | January 7, 2020
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The culture of contempt is a prevalent force in US society. The author of a new book suggests we must follow 5 rules if we want to subvert that culture for the good of the nation and the world.

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Caring for the Poor Does Not Happen from a Distance

By Brent McDougal | January 7, 2020
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God cares about the lost being found, the disconsolate comforted, the suffering helped, the poor lifted up. As Jesus’ story of the rich man and Lazarus teaches us, you cannot love people from a distance. It involves relationships.

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Most Evangelicals Won’t Honestly Call Out Trump’s Flaws

By Cory Jones | January 6, 2020
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Most conservative evangelicals who exhibit unwavering support for President Trump refuse to acknowledge his flaws. If they truly loved him, however, they would be honest in their critique of him.

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