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IRAQ (BP)--As a student at Criswell College, Brian Waite received the same mandate every other student is given.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--Appearing on ABC "World News Tonight" for the second time in a week, Richard Land said the Episcopal bishops' decision to affirm the election of a homosexual bishop portends dark days ahead for the denomination.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--Jesus wasn't in the construction business but he certainly understood a significant construction principle: If you're going to build a house, build it on a solid foundation.
CHICAGO (BP)--People who attend religious services weekly perform more acts of kindness each year than those who do not attend services, according to an inaugural national survey of altruism and empathy.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--News that a prominent member of the ex-"gay" movement has fallen into sexual sin should not overshadow the success of the movement itself, Christian leaders say.
RIDGECREST, N.C. (BP)--By all accounts, little David was a holy terror at church. He didn't sit still, didn't listen and distracted other children. By the time he turned 5, his special behavior problems were causing teachers to take a year off from teaching before David came into their class.
RIDGECREST, N.C. (BP)--Stop by Edgefield Baptist Church on a Tuesday afternoon and you may have trouble finding the music minister -- until you peek into the preschool area. There, you'll see Derry Billingsley sitting on the floor with 12 four- and five-year-olds singing songs and doing motions in rhythm to the music. Though he's the father of two preschoolers himself, he admits it's an unusual role for a music minister.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP)--As the Episcopal Church splinters over the question of homosexual bishops, Episcopalian liberals are telling us that they are the heirs of the civil rights era of 20th century American history. And they are partly right. The gay liberation movement in the mainline churches stands firmly in the tradition of the segregationist churches of the Jim Crow-era South.
EULESS, Texas (BP)--Many times, we are led to believe that God is good to us because we are good. But here is a truth we must embrace: God is good to us because God is good.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)-By confirming the election of an openly homosexual bishop, the Episcopal Church has bowed to political correctness and cast aside the clear teachings of Scripture, several Southern Baptist professors said in statements to Baptist Press.