Isaac Sharp is a third year student at McAfee School of Theology.
When it comes to faithful citizenship, the devil is sometimes in the details.
Event marks the arrival in 1714 of an English “messenger” who organized the first Baptist church in the colony.
After overcoming initial reluctance, the experience of offering ashes on a busy Washington street revealed the deep needs of passersby.
Why ex-SBC Baptists tend to lack theological clarity and identity, how we got here and why it matters. Part II in a series.
The failure to grapple with the sins of the fathers is nowhere more palpable than in the churches.
It’s nothing short of taking money from church-going folk who could have seen it for free on television. And it was not even good television.
You probably didn’t notice, but just in case you did- (or, in the extremely likely chance...
A recent cover story on Christianity Today tells of the groundbreaking research of...
Play? How dare my friend, Len Sweet, suggest I interrupt my lifelong commitment...