For more than a half-century, Robertson was a familiar presence in American living rooms because of his “700 Club” television show, the Christian Coalition, and blaming natural disasters on everything from homosexuality to the teaching of evolution.
Tim Keller, an influential Presbyterian Church in America minister and bestselling author, has died at the age of 72. Despite their different beliefs, Juliet Vedral reflects on the points from his leadership that she will always treasure.
Donald V. Wideman, 95, passed away Wednesday (May 3) in Kansas City, Missouri. A leader in Missouri Baptist life, Wideman served as executive director of the Missouri Baptist Convention from 1987–1997 and was elected as second vice president of the Southern Baptist Convention.
Frank Tupper, a Baptist theologian who taught generations of seminary students that when it comes to the problem of evil and suffering “God always does the most God can do,” died Friday, Feb. 28, just more than three years after suffering paralysis in a fall
Bill O’Brien, a former Southern Baptist music missionary acknowledged as a leading expert in 21st century global missions, died Saturday (Feb. 1). For 15 years he was responsible for implementing goals of Bold Mission Thrust, adopted by the Southern Baptist Convention in 1976.
Veteran Baptist editor-turned-Episcopal priest Robert Dilday, 64, died unexpectedly during the weekend, his family and church announced Sunday. A medical examiner’s report said Dilday died of cardiac arrest, the family said.