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  • Panel at SEBTS reflects on civil rights

    October 1 2014 by Staff/SEBTS communications team, Biblical Press | with 0 comments
    Panel at SEBTS reflects on civil rights

    Fifty years after the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary hosted a two-day event focused on America’s struggle for social equality and the roles people of faith played during the civil rights movement.

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  • Student sees a young Muslim man decide to follow Jesus

    October 1 2014 by Paige Ryder, IMB | with 0 comments
    Student sees a young Muslim man decide to follow Jesus

    When Moussa* was around age 12 he went to an Islamic school to learn Arabic and the Quran. Moussa questioned the teachings, lifestyle and authority of Islam. He didn’t know who to tell or where to go for Truth.

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  • Bible’s sufficiency & counseling discussed

    October 1 2014 by RuthAnne Irvin, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Bible’s sufficiency & counseling discussed

    At the school’s first Counsel the Word Conference co-sponsored by the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary affirmed the sufficiency of scripture in biblical counseling. The conference featured popular practitioners Paul David Tripp, David Powlison, Heath Lambert and others during the two-day event.

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  • Mo. Baptists, join battle over sign restrictions

    October 1 2014 by Staff/Missouri Pathway, Baptist Press | with 0 comments

    The Missouri Baptist Convention has filed a brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in joining other religious groups asking for a sign – that religious freedom trumps local sign codes which discriminate against churches and church plants. The case, Reed v. Town of Gilbert, originating the Phoenix area …

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  • Airstrikes may worsen refugee crisis

    September 30 2014 by Mark Kelly, BGR/Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Airstrikes may worsen refugee crisis

    During just three days last week, at least 130,000 new Syrian refugees flooded across the border into Turkey because of an ISIS offensive in their hometowns. More than 3 million officially registered refugees have been driven out of the country amid the four years of crisis in Syria.

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  • Climate policies said to harm poor

    September 30 2014 by David Roach, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Climate policies said to harm poor

    Issued by the Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation Sept. 17 and signed by more than 150 scientists, economists, theologians and others, “Protect the Poor: Ten Reasons to Oppose Harmful Climate Change Policies” contends that the effects of carbon dioxide on the climate are…

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