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Here’s a juxtaposition for you:

Last October, I was able, with my mother, sisters, and a recently-returned missionary friend, to attend General Conference. General Conference is a world-wide  conference held twice a year by the leaders of the LDS church, broadcasted via television and internet and satellite and print. 563 more words

Navy chaplain under fire for Biblical views

A U.S. Navy chaplain has been reassigned from his duties at the Naval Nuclear Power Training Command in Charleston, SC while he awaits action that could remove him from the military. 413 more words

1st Amendment

Microaggression: WWJD?

“WWJD”, for those who are unfamiliar with this, is short for “What Would Jesus Do”.  It’s something that some Christians claim they think about when facing a moral dilemma. 3,857 more words

Social Issues

The Church (Contours of Christian Theology)

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At a time in which the very word church sounds a tone of dull irrelevance, the doctrine of the church has suffered the studied neglect of many Christian leaders. 201 more words


Are rights from God. . . or man? Part II

After Chris Cuomo’s quarrel with Judge Roy Moore, another media-type has expressed her belief that rights come from man. In response to Sen. Ted Cruz  209 more words


Capitol Connection 2015 starts tonight!

Three days of prayer for our country, preaching, tours, and meeting with federal legislative leaders begins today at Independent Baptist Church in Clinton, MD.  The annual event, known as “Capitol Connection,” is in its third year of uniting Church leadership with elected officials in Washington, DC to give a voice to independent Baptists while encouraging Church knowledge and involvement in legislative issues. 85 more words

1st Amendment

Rev. Mark Creech Uses 'The Bible is True Because the Bible Says It's True' Argument to Call Out Ron Reagan

Rev. Mark Creech, a columnist at the Christian Post, published an article this morning addressing Ron Reagan’s participation in last year’s FFRF.org ad. The 30-second spot continues to be aired on TV and shared on the internet.   445 more words

Church & State