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Faith and Culture

Gov. Bobby Jindal to keynote Liberty’s commencement ceremony

April 18 2014 by Sarah Pulliam Bailey, Religion News Service

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, widely considered a rising star in the Republican Party and a possible 2016 presidential candidate, will be the commencement speaker at Liberty University on May 10. Liberty’s annual graduation ceremony has become a sought-after stage for…

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Moore, Obama meet on immigration reform

April 18 2014 by Tom Strode, Baptist Press

The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission president joined Obama and others in an oval office meeting April 15 as the attempt to reform the immigration system awaits action in the U.S. House of Representatives. Flaws in both the system and its enforcement have resulted in an estimated 11 million to 12 million…

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Easter story’s overlooked facets explored

April 17 2014 by David Roach, Baptist Press

Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary professor Andreas Köstenberger and popular blogger and publisher Justin Taylor explore key events of Jesus’ earthly life that are often overlooked by Bible students.

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Churches challenged to start 100,000 new Bible study groups

April 17 2014 by Bob Smietana, Baptist Press

LifeWay Christian Resources is challenging churches to start 100,000 new Bible study groups by the end of this year. The new groups initiative is a partnership between churches, state conventions and LifeWay.

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Food, tea aid couple’s ministry

April 17 2014 by Sara O’Hara, Baptist Press

“America Day” – when the Christian couple invited some Nepalese friends to their home to eat American food – had been a success. Living in Nepal has shown Reece and Justina Dehn the significance of building relationships and showing hospitality to those around them.

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‘Blood moon’ lunar eclipses not a sign, Baptist professors say

April 16 2014 by David Roach, Baptist Press

Televangelist John Hagee’s prediction that a series of “blood moon” lunar eclipses signals a “world shaking event” is a misinterpretation of the Bible, two Southern Baptist professors said. A complete lunar eclipse is called a “blood moon” because the earth blocks direct sunlight from striking the moon…

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Warrens help others 1 year after son’s suicide

April 16 2014 by Diana Chandler, Baptist Press

On the first anniversary of their son’s suicide, Saddleback Church founders Rick and Kay Warren are using the painful experience to uplift others, incorporating Facebook, YouTube, a mental health seminar and worship services scheduled at Saddleback campuses this Easter weekend.

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Islam examined at SBC seminaries

April 16 2014 by Baptist Press

With 1.6 billion adherents, Muslims make up nearly a quarter of the world’s population. Seminary president R. Albert Mohler describes Islam as the “great rival system of belief.” Five Southern Baptist Convention seminaries offer courses or degrees focused on the study of Islam.

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Jehovah’s Witness prediction spurs evangelism

April 16 2014 by David Roach, Baptist Press

The 100th anniversary of Jehovah’s Witnesses’ prediction that history would end in 1914 presents an opportunity for leading members of the group to faith in Jesus as Lord and Savior, a Southern Baptist expert on Christian sects and cults said.

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Send North America vision shared with pastors

April 15 2014 by Tobin Perry, Baptist Press

The Send North America gathering in Nashville both introduced church leaders to the North American Mission Board’s Send North America strategy and cast a vision for the Send North America Conference, to be held next year at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Aug. 3-4.

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