Historian Thomas Lecaque argues that how the various scandals surrounding Georgia GOP Senate candidate Herschel Walker are understood by many evangelicals is based on a bad reading of Biblical narrative. The sins of Walker’s past are forgiven, regardless of the hypocrisy – and, in fact,
In the 12th episode of Dangerous Dogma, David Gushee, talks about his book 'After Evangelicalism: The Path to a New Christianity.' He also discusses biblical interpretation, ethics, and presidential leadership.
In a time of a national census and a deadly epidemic, a ruler who cares more about himself than the people can be dangerous. At least that’s the lesson in the biblical texts from the end of King David’s rule.
BRISTOL, England (ABP) – David Russell, who served as general secretary of the Baptist Union of Great Britain during a crucial period, has died. He was 94.
SAN ANTONIO (ABP) -- A second-generation Baptist theologian who taught during three decades at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary died March 26 in Texas.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — David Tolliver, who served as interim executive director of the Missouri Baptist Convention for the past 22 months, has been named the new executive director.
RICHMOND, Va. (ABP) -- Former Missouri Baptist Convention executive director David Clippard, who earned national headlines when he said Islam has a plan to "conquer and occupy" the United States, was hired Dec. 10 by the Southern Baptist Convention's International Mission Board to enlist churches
By Vicki Brown Jefferson City (ABP) — In a split 44-7 vote, the Missouri Baptist Convention Executive Board fired its top administrator, David Clippard, April 10. Clippard, who assumed duties as executive director Sept. 9, 2002, was terminated in a four-hour, closed-door