Petition asks gender-role group to repent

A 2010 petition being recycled at Change.org claims that an organization based at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary emphasizes wifely submission over the gospel.

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Director of gender-roles council denies scrubbing article

The head of the Council of Biblical Manhood and Womanhood said a computer glitch was responsible for a broken link to an article whose absence attracted attention on social media.

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Glorieta case remains in federal court despite challenge

A U.S. magistrate judge has ruled that a lawsuit filed by leaseholders at Glorieta Baptist Conference Center can proceed in federal court.

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Alban Institute, consultant for mainline congregations, shuttering after 40 years

An organization known for innovation and revitalizing congregational and ministerial life says its own business model is no longer sustainable.

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A Clemson University student plays with after-school students at Touching Miami with Love. (Photo/Kelsey Kearns)
A Clemson University student plays with after-school students at Touching Miami with Love. (Photo/Kelsey Kearns)

Mission trip reflects growing shift as participants experience ‘transformation’

Increasingly, mission trips are evaluated not only by the impact on the target area, but on those who minister. It’s a shift in attitudes toward domestic and international outreach.

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Liberia seminary installs interim president

Mercer University Professor Richard Wilson was installed March 13 as president of the Liberia Baptist Theological Seminary.

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Longtime pastor will use skills honed in congregations for wider engagement

Central Texas minister Mark Newton said he will use all his pastoral skills to engage churches for a Baptist university.

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Report: SACS to investigate Louisiana College

Three months after reaffirming the school’s accreditation, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools plans to open an investigation into the Baptist school in Pineville, La.

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Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Ala., is one of the stops on the exploration of the South’s civil rights history. (Wikimedia Commons photo)
Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Ala., is one of the stops on the exploration of the South’s civil rights history. (Wikimedia Commons photo)

'Pilgrimage' to the South's civil rights sites to explore religion, culture

The South’s religious, culinary, literary, cultural and musical history will be examined through the lens of the civil rights movement.

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Former Louisiana College VP files lawsuit

Second-in-command to President Joe Aguillard until last May, Timothy Johnson says he was let go in retaliation for performing his duty to report malfeasance as mandated by the school’s whistleblower policy.

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