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  • ERLC Summit speakers lament, repent of racist SBC past

    March 27 2015 by Seth Brown, BR Content Editor | with 1 comments
    ERLC Summit speakers lament, repent of racist SBC past

    “The cross and the Confederate battle flag cannot coexist,” said Russell Moore, “without one setting the other on fire.” On March 26, Moore sought in the opening sermon of the 2015 ERLC Leadership Summit to fan into flame the so-called fires that will destroy racial strife among Southern Baptists.

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  • Al Mohler tracks journey to orthodoxy

    March 27 2015 by Warren Cole Smith, WORLD News Service | with 0 comments
    Al Mohler tracks journey to orthodoxy

    Seminary president Al Mohler tracks his journey from a student to president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky. He discusses the conservative resurgence and the role it played in his life.

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  • Winston-Salem church cancels Easter services

    March 27 2015 by Calvary Baptist Church | with 0 comments
    Winston-Salem church cancels Easter services

    What happens when a church closes its doors on Easter Sunday? Calvary Baptist Church in Winston-Salem is about to find out when the church takes its service to another local venue to answer the question, “Who is Jesus?”

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  • Charges against chaplain called ‘overt attack’

    March 27 2015 by Ken Walker, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Charges against chaplain called ‘overt attack’

    The attorney who represents 65 former chaplains suing the Navy for discrimination says the possible dismissal of a chaplain for giving traditional biblical counsel is evidence of a continuing attack against evangelicals. The cases continue to be waged in various courts alleging instances of discrimination dating back to the mid-1970s.

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  • New Hiding Place film challenges anti-Semitism

    March 27 2015 by Diana Chandler, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    New Hiding Place film challenges anti-Semitism

    The “Return to the Hiding Place” film about the underground army that helped Corrie ten Boom save Jewish lives during the Holocaust is aptly released as anti-Semitism is rising globally, the movie’s director said. Director Peter Spencer said the film’s release is for such a time as this.

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  • Baseball builds bridges with Japanese Peruvians

    March 27 2015 by Aurora Flores, IMB Communications | with 0 comments
    Baseball builds bridges with Japanese Peruvians

    Tim and Joy Mitchell serve in Lima, Peru where they work among the Nikkei Japanese immigrants. About 100,000 Nikkei live in Peru, but only about 100 of them are evangelical Christians. Overall, “the Nikkei are closed to the gospel,” Tim noted. “But they’re wide open to baseball …”

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