|January 19, 2015 by David Roach, Baptist Press|
|When the Supreme Court legalized abortion on demand in 1973 with its Roe v. Wade decision, some Southern Baptists criticized the ruling while others embraced the Court’s decision.|
|January 20, 2015 by Brewton-Parker College|
In a meeting with the trustee board of Brewton-Parker College, Ergun Caner briefly addressed the packed room informing them he was stepping down as their 16th president.
|January 19, 2015 by Tom Strode, Baptist Press|
The high court announced Jan. 16 that it would review an appeals court decision on the issue. The announcement came after a private conference among the justices the same day.
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Forty-two tragic years
Thursday, Jan. 22 marks 42 years since the Supreme Court of the United States issued their ruling that launched the legalization of abortion in America. Since that time an estimated 57 million children have been denied the right to life. The Biblical Recorder continues to remember this tragic milestone of civilization through many stories we have posted on BRnow.org.
The story of Ergun Caner's resignation from Brewton-Parker College is tragic. Please pray for this man and his family as they heal from deep wounds through the loss of their son. My heart hurts for this man and his family.
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