On Prairies and People: Knowing Your Subjects By: Chuck Summers Photographers can't capture the essence of their subjects unless they take time to know them. It's no different with people. We must spend time with them to fully appreciate them.
What the Bible Really Says about Slavery By: Larry Eubanks Some say the Bible stops short of condemning slavery and actually seems to condone it. However, the biblical case against slavery is much stronger than that.
Micro-Justice Initiatives Trump Macro-Justice Rhetoric By: Robert Parham We often hear calls for "macro-justice"—sweeping actions for social change to correct wrongs. Frankly, we need more micro-justice initiatives for social change and less macro-justice rhetoric. Robert Parham
How British Baptists Responded to World War I By: Jonathan Barr The outbreak of World War I shattered hopes for peace, of Baptists and many others, which had been maintained and nurtured even as the storms of war gathered offshore. Jonathan Barr
Baptists Around the World Avoid Cultural Groupthink By: Sam Chaise The Baptist World Alliance's annual gathering is a place where Baptist leaders can gather to avoid cultural groupthink and come to a deeper and richer understanding of their faith. Sam Chaise
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