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A sermon by David Hughes, First Baptist Church, Winston-Salem, N.C. June 23, 2013 Galatians 3:23-29 If you know anything about the adventures of The Lone Ranger, you’ll appreciate the following story. One day the Lone Ranger and his faithful redskin companion, Tonto, were riding through a deep canyon when suddenly they noticed both sides of […] Read More

For me, the shortest step away from fundamentalism came with the realization that life within my family bore little resemblance to the idyllic paternalistic household that fundamentalist preachers portrayed as the biblical model for the home.   Father didn’t know best at my home. Dad was more relational than analytic. He was great with kids […] Read More

A new study finds that gender-role ideology significantly impacts how evangelical Christians communicate within their families.   Published in a recent issue of the academic journal Communication Studies, the study considers the communication styles of “egalitarians,” those who hold to gender equality, and “complementarians,” those who emphasize differences between the roles assigned to men and […] Read More