James Jennings, founder of CBF-partner Conscience International and a member at First Baptist in Gainesville, Ga., is leading a delegation of scholars to Tehran this week for peace talks. He is joined by McAfee dean and professor Robert Nash and a dozen other scholars from around the U.S.
Though a small minority in their country, Baptists in the Democratic Republic of Georgia are known not only for their work promoting interfaith goodwill but also for standing for religious liberty for all.
Neville Callam tells World Council of Churches gathering that Christian youth should be educated on ecumenical issues.
Baptist minister Dana Trent tells her story of interfaith marriage in Saffron Cross: The Unlikely Story of How a Christian Minister Married a Hindu Monk.
Christians must find the courage and strength in their own faiths to be open to the lessons that may be open to them from others.
Religious liberty is what we all have in common.
Must other religions be wrong in order for Christianity to be right?
Central Baptist Theological Seminary co-sponsored the last of three Baptist-Muslim dialogue events held by schools with ties to American Baptist Churches USA. The goal of the meetings was to create an atmosphere where the two faith communities can live in peace and promote common good in American society and the broader world.
"A Baptist pastor and a rabbi walk into a Mexican restaurant" sounds like a set-up for a joke, but it's actually the story behind a series of books about the Bible written from both a Jewish and Christian perspective.