PASADENA, Calif. (ABP) -- Nearly two-and-a-half years into his term, a
federal appeals court has agreed to hear oral arguments in a case
alleging that Barack Obama is not eligible to serve as president of the
ARLINGTON, Texas (ABP) -- Mourners filled First Baptist Church in
Arlington, Texas, March 9 to celebrate the life of a young mission
pastor cut short by murder, while more than 500 others watched live on
WASHINGTON (ABP) -- A Baptist advocate for religious liberty and the
separation of church and state said March 8 that House committee
hearings scheduled later this week on radical Islam should be broadened
to other faiths.
WASHINGTON (ABP) – The United States Supreme Court ruled 8-1 on
March 2 that anti-gay protests outside of military funerals by a
controversial Kansas Baptist church clan are protected speech under the
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (ABP) -- A private, historically Baptist Christian
college has sparked a national media firestorm over its successful
women's soccer coach leaving her job shortly after telling members of
her team that she is gay.
As bombings increased recently in Baghdad, a Baptist pastor in the Iraqi capital told a European Baptist leader that Christians there are living in fear, especially after an attack October 31 at a Catholic church left nearly 60 dead.
WASHINGTON (ABP) -- A coalition of more than 60 religious, veterans,
academic and advocacy groups called on the United States military Nov.
10 to extend conscientious-objector status to soldiers who believe a
specific war is immoral.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (ABP) -- The Southern Baptist Convention's top
spokesman for moral concerns added his voice to a chorus of conservative
bloggers and commentators criticizing President Obama for telling
Hispanic voters to "punish your enemies" by getting out to vote.
Clark Pinnock, 73, an influential theologian whose spiritual pilgrimage led him from a fiery fundamentalism as a young professor to an openness that caused some to brand him a heretic, died August 15 of a heart attack.