LOUISVILLE, Ky. (ABP) -- A group that criticized the New International Version Bible translation for introducing a gender-inclusive edition in 2005 says it isn't satisfied by revisions in the latest edition recently available online.
WASHINGTON (ABP) -- James Lankford is typical of the many outsider conservative Republican candidates elected to Congress during the recent midterm elections. Elected to the House of Representatives from Oklahoma’s 5th District, he unexpectedly beat several more experienced opponents in the
NOVATO, Calif. (ABP) -- Morgan Patterson, a historian who taught at four Southern Baptist seminaries and was president of a Baptist college, died Nov. 19 at age 85 at his home in Novato. Calif. He had been treated for pancreatic cancer.
BALTIMORE (ABP) -- A Maryland county will pay a Baptist church $3.25 million and allow construction of a Christian school that government officials have opposed for eight years under terms of a settlement reached Nov. 18 in federal court.
KELLER, Texas (ABP) -- Theology that equates the modern state of Israel with the Israel of biblical prophecy has caused some evangelical Christians to let eschatology trump ethics when it comes to the Middle East, a Palestinian-American Christian told a recent interfaith
KELLER, Texas (ABP) — In an increasingly connected world where “religion is furiously alive,” the matter of how people of faith can live with their deep differences assumes growing importance, social critic and author Os Guinness told a Texas Baptist congregation's recent