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Baptists Have Mixed Record on Defending Human Rights

By Tony Peck | December 14, 2018

Baptists as a whole have had a mixed record of defending human rights. Many tend to be vulnerable to the danger of being so grateful for their religious freedom that they won’t rock the boat and defend human rights.

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3 Keys to Help Your Church Maintain Their Fresh Vision

By Bill Wilson | December 5, 2018

When a church takes the bold step to clarify their identity and move toward a fresh vision, it often requires a significant shift in the congregation’s organizational life. Here are 3 keys to maintaining that vision.

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EthicsDaily 2018: Working with Partners Toward Gender Equality

By Mitch Randall | December 4, 2018

EthicsDaily has taken a strong position when it comes to biblical egalitarianism. We believe God created both man and woman as equals, forever encouraging a mutual submission to each other based on love and respect.

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Light in the Darkness | Advent Two: Peace

By Richard Wilson | December 4, 2018

On the second Sunday of Advent, we are reminded – as followers of the Prince of Peace – that to speak in favor of peace always demands finding a dissenting voice in a hostile world.

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God’s Justice: It’s Not All Apocalyptic Wrath and Destruction

By James L. Evans | December 4, 2018

While some folks focus on the apocalyptic rather than the redemptive nature of God, biblical justice is about being sure that all God’s children have what they need for the living of their lives.

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The Preacher’s “Peace” at Advent

By Bill Tillman | December 3, 2018

Sermon development during Advent can be difficult for most preachers, especially on the topic of peace. A proclamation for peace from the pulpits can be detrimental to the preacher’s standing.

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