Since the earliest days of Christianity, followers of Jesus have wrestled with the demands of dual citizenship—as citizens of God's kingdom and of the nations of this world.
Never before in American history has the faith of both presidential candidates been so hotly debated, writes Jim Denison, president of the Denison Forum on Truth and Culture.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri Baptist Foundation President Chris Calmer believes ongoing litigation between the Missouri Baptist Convention and the MBF could end — if “Christian brothers and sisters” are willing to dialogue to find a godly way to make that happen.
Years ago, editors of state Baptist publications were more likely to set aside an issue every year or two to remind readers why the editors felt their newspaper or magazine made a difference in the lives of readers.
RICHMOND — A diverse coalition of pastors and theological educators have launched an initiative they hope will offer a platform for evangelical leaders to “work for a Kingdom-driven, gospel-centered, biblically-grounded theology and ecclesial practice for God’s mission in North America.”
KANSAS CITY -- The 10-year-old dispute between the Missouri Baptist Foundation and the Missouri Baptist Convention has landed back in Cole County Circuit Court.
A three-judge panel for the Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District, ruled Sept. 18 that