In theory, an ill-informed jury is an objective jury. In reality, an ill-informed jury is a disengaged and ignorant jury.
Every ethicist chooses one particular social issue on which to focus -- at least for a time. Unfortunately, too few have focused on capital punishment for a sufficiently sustained time to bring about a sea change in public opinion.
It’s easy to vilify Judas, but is it the appropriate response to betrayal?
The secret is out. The silence is broken. The kingdom of God is here.
Acting against predatory lending is both biblical and Baptist.
A wrongful death lawsuit stemming from the shooting death of a pastor caught in the middle of a botched drug investigation can move forward, an appeals court said Feb. 4.
A newspaper editorial says a light sentence for a former Southern Baptist music minister who sexually abused five boys in the 1980s points to a problem in America’s justice system.
An activist ordained recently by a Baptist church was jailed in an act of nonviolent civil disobedience demanding equal opportunity for gay couples to wed.
An ex-music minister avoided prison Jan. 22 in a plea bargain confessing guilt to decades-old sex crimes against victims he groomed while volunteering at two Mississippi Southern Baptist churches.
“Zero Dark Thirty” is a visceral lament upon a decade of conflict and pursuit of one who caused this nation so much pain. Viewing the film creates an opportunity for people to gather communally and remember, grieve and have closure.