‘Traditional’ Southern Baptists counter Calvinism

Move over TULIP. Another flower is blooming this week in Baltimore.

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Mohler: If toddlers are mean, chalk it up to Original Sin

Sin isn’t something that children learn, says a Southern Baptist leader. They’re born with it.

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d365 releases daily devotionals on free app

The ministry of Passport Inc. is available on iOS devices.

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SBC official says gender an issue of spiritual warfare

Despite all the talk about women’s equality, ERLC head Russell Moore says the non-believing world is “a patriarchy of the most pagan kind.”

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Ceiling painting of peace and heaven by Daniel Gran. (WikiMedia Commons)
Ceiling painting of peace and heaven by Daniel Gran. (WikiMedia Commons)

Baylor prof questions popular views of heaven

Author and pop culture critic Greg Garrett ponders what it says about someone who believes heaven includes none of their enemies or is merely a continuation of life on earth.

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(Image by Justin See/Flickr Creative Commons)
(Image by Justin See/Flickr Creative Commons)

Theology of workflow connects dots between spirituality and efficiency

Promptly replying to emails can be just as missional as working in a soup kitchen, say advocates of a theology of workflow and organization. 

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Mohler says Christ died only for the ‘elect’

Albert Mohler, a proponent of a Calvinist resurgence in Southern Baptist life, explains one of the movement’s most controversial doctrines.

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The columbarium at Wilshire Baptist Church in Dallas.
The columbarium at Wilshire Baptist Church in Dallas.

Ashes to ashes: In debate over burial or cremation, some things get lost

Christian funerals should include elements of celebration but not ignore the hard realities of death and sorrow, say ministers.

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Funerals in pluralistic society: What makes them distinctively Christian?

Pastors often are asked to conduct funerals “without the religious stuff.” How should they respond?

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Kenyans participate in a freedom walk in Turkana, Kenya. (BPFNA photo)
Kenyans participate in a freedom walk in Turkana, Kenya. (BPFNA photo)

Activists reflect on Baptist peacemaking in wake of Stassen death

Experts say Baptists are becoming increasingly aware of the biblical foundation of peace and justice work, but the movement also is hindered by an American and Baptist culture that favors the use of armed conflict.

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