(RNS) — The daily drumbeat of bad news about SBC leaders has set the stage for the denomination’s annual meeting in Dallas this month. Will the meeting accelerate a decline? Or could it be the start of a revival? Our columnist's advice: Don’t write...
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(RNS) — During his tenure, World Vision grew to collect $1 billion in annual revenue in 2017, making it No. 15 on Forbes’ list of the nation’s largest charities.
(RNS) — Russell Moore, head of the Southern Baptist Convention's public policy arm, talks about how Southern Baptists feel the attack on one of their churches personally, and can remain divided on gun control.
(USA Today) — After a succession of bewildering violence, questions arise: Why does evil exist? Why didn't God intervene?
Walk away from this president.
PHOENIX (RNS) The previous day, the Resolutions Committee declined to bring a similar statement to a vote.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The disagreements are serious, have the attention of leadership and could pose a financial threat to the Southern Baptist Convention, which unlike some other denominations is a network of independent churches.
(RNS) When religious folk get entangled with secular politicians in the political arena, the politicians always win.
(RNS) Although his apology for being 'unnecessarily harsh' toward Trump supporters was accepted by the Southern Baptist Convention's top brass, the public voice of America's largest denomination still faces a groundswell of grass-roots discontent.
A paid prophet has a tough row to hoe.
(RNS) A new statement was released a week after ethicist Russell Moore and Southern Baptist leader Frank Page issued a shorter joint statement about how they 'fully support one another.'
(RNS) With 81 percent of white evangelicals supporting Trump in the November election and Southern Baptists striving to improve on their history that includes a defense of slavery, the questions roiling around Moore have included matters of race.
(RNS) Anyone who thinks Russell Moore should lose his job is advancing a vile heresy and a dangerous idolatry — that Christian leaders should ardently praise the Republican Party’s chosen leader no matter how vile, obnoxious and un-Christian he is.
NASHVILLE (USA Today) Southern Baptist leader Russell Moore — an outspoken critic of President Trump — and another top-ranking denominational leader discussed strengthening ties across the Protestant network of churches.
Yes, but not in the usual way.