As Dwight McKissic looks at the Southern Baptist Convention these days as a Black pastor in Texas, he sees a parallel with a scene in the new film One Night in Miami. He talked about issues of racism and the SBC in the latest episode
ATLANTA (ABP) -- Leaders of the Alliance of Baptists applauded the Obama administration's relaxing of travel restrictions to Cuba. The policy change, announced Jan. 14, coincided with a delegation leaving Jan. 24 to visit the island nation as part of the Alliance's 20-year-old partnership with
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (ABP) -- A leader in what organizers say is a growing movement of American Christians supporting arms control praised new restrictions on U.S. use of nuclear weapons unveiled by President Obama April 6.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (ABP) -- The head of the Southern Baptist Convention International Mission Board welcomed a recent progress report by a Great Commission Task Force as a "token" step toward redistributing more resources to the denomination's primary task of reaching the lost in a report
WASHINGTON — A Baptist ethicist involved in a religious campaign to build a moral consensus against using torture in America's war on terrorism welcomed comments by the head of the Southern Baptist Convention's public policy arm that waterboarding is a form of torture and morally