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It’s a rough time to be a pastor. An election year, national racial unrest, and a global pandemic each challenged the usual methods of ministry. But there’s another challenge: taking on the power of a new religion that’s dividing churches and hurting Christian witness.
The mythos of American self-making — that with the right amount of grit and cunning, the individual can determine his own truth and fate — lends itself to the view that civil bureaucracies and establishments, by contrast, are inherently sclerotic and corrupt: the information they
(The Conversation) — In researching how the Holocaust was being depicted in textbooks, I never imagined it would lead me to serve as a witness against a history teacher who encouraged his students to question whether the Holocaust occurred.
By Vicki Brown Word&Way Correspondent JEFFERSON CITY — Cole County Circuit Court Judge Richard Callahan dismissed conspiracy allegations against five entities on Aug. 17. He also heard arguments regarding the Missouri Baptist Convention’s claim to be the sole member of the corporate boards of
By Vicki Brown, Word&Way Associate EditorJefferson City — Cole County Circuit Court Judge Thomas Brown dismissed conspiracy charges filed by the Missouri Baptist Convention against four Baptist entities at a June 27 hearing in Jefferson City. However, the convention may appeal the ruling.In an order
Jefferson City — The Missouri Baptist Convention's conspiracy claims against Missouri Baptist University have been dismissed. The claims are likely to be dismissed against four additional defendants in a lawsuit that has stretched nearly four years.In an order issued on June 12, Cole County Circuit