Messengers to the recent Arkansas Baptist State Convention termed medical marijuana an “important moral issue” and opposed efforts to legalize it.
BGAV head John Upton says white Baptists have given too little attention to social problems that disproportionately affect racial minorities.
Illinois Baptists are among the first to host concealed-weapon training in the last state in the nation to drop its ban on carrying ready-to-fire guns outside the home.
Officials weren’t laughing when a practical joke by some teenagers attending a church youth camp sent five people to the hospital and tied up a county hazardous materials unit for more than two hours last Tuesday night.
Texas Baptists celebrated their 127th meeting with a first family gathering July 13-16 in San Antonio.
Various Baptist groups spun off during the Southern Baptist Convention inerrancy battle 30 years ago aren’t going to reunite, but they all share one common need.
James Smith, executive editor of the Florida Baptist Witness, announced May 9 he is resigning to become executive editor and chief spokesman at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
A California judge rejected a Baptist university’s claim that it is exempt from a state law that bars discrimination based on gender identity.
An interfaith moral-concerns group that includes Alabama Baptists is calling on the state legislature to crack down on illegal gambling joints that are cropping up around the state.