Mediation between the Missouri Baptist Convention and four formerly affiliated agencies has ended without a resolution. The primary issue — who would control those organizations — could not be settled.
NEW YORK (ABP) – Southern Baptists who question Gov. Mitt Romney’s Christianity have more in common with Mormonism than they know, Yale literary critic and author Harold Bloom opined in a New York Times commentary Nov.12.
A detailed survey by the Public Religion Research Institute show Americans across religious groups consider it worse for a politician to cheat on taxes or take bribes than to commit adultery or send sexually explicit messages to someone.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (ABP) -- One thing Muslims and Baptists have in common is they are often identified by their extremists, according to a documentary airing on ABC television stations in January and February.
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By Jennifer Harris & John Hall Word&Way and Texas Baptist Communications Ministers’ wounds can cause them to question — or even abandon — their call to ministry. But what wounds a minister? “There is a great deal of idealism wrapped up