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What Would George Truett Do? Texas Baptist Universities Challenge ObamaCare

I’m back and with a blog post on the recent lawsuits from two Baptist universities in Texas challenging the “contraception mandate” of the Affordable Care Act.  This  post was originally published at the Associated Baptist Press blog with the title Church-state relationships in a pluralistic society. It is posted below in full: By Aaron Weaver Recently, two […]

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Former SBC Seminary President Demonizes Muslims on purchase cialis overnight delivery 9/11

Southern Baptist Theological Seminary held a panel discussion today—September 11, 2012—on whether a Christian can vote for a Mormon in the upcoming presidential election while still opposing Mormonism. During that panel discussion, Dr. Mark Coppenger made the following comment: “Sometimes I say Muslims can’t build cars but they can sure blow them up,” Coppenger said. […]

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Baptist Pastor Pens Open Letter to Chick-fil-A President Dan Cathy

Rev. Dr. Angela Yarber is Pastor for Preaching and Worship at Wake Forest Baptist Church in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.  Rev. Yarber has penned an open letter to Chick-fil-A President Dan Cathy in the wake of his media storm-causing comments to Baptist Press. Below is the full-text of Rev. Yarber’s letter: An Open Letter to Dan Cathy […]

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New Book On Prominent North Carolina Baptist Church: FBC Raleigh

Dr. Glenn Jonas is a Professor of Religion and Chair of the Department of canadianpharmacy Religion at Campbell University in Buies Creek, North Carolina.  Jonas is also the author of a fine new book chronicling the rich 200-year history of First Baptist Church of Raleigh, North Carolina. Established in 1812, FBC Raleigh has gained a reputation […]

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Southern Baptist Chaplain Supports Gay Comrade, Attends Same-Sex Ceremony

The Southern Baptist Convention has consistently opposed the natural viagra alteratives inclusion of gays and lesbians in the military.  In 1993, Southern Baptists adopted a resolution titled “On Homosexuality, Military Service and Civil Rights.”  That resolution resolved: Be it further RESOLVED, That we oppose all effort to cialis buy now provide government endorsement, sanction, recognition, acceptance, or civil rights advantage on […]

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Gallup, “Pro-Life” America & Culture Wars

Today, there are two interesting columns on the new Gallup poll showing that a record-low 41% of Americans self-identify as “Pro-Choice.”  Just last July, 47% of Americans embraced the “Pro-Choice” label.  Meanwhile, 50% of Americans call themselves “Pro-Life.”  This stat is down just one-point from the record-high in 2009 of 51%. Over at Washington Post’s […]

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More Plagiarism From Head of Southern Baptist Ethics Agency

[For background, please see my last post: Richard Land the Plagiarist: Top SBC Ethicist Stirs Up Controversy With Someone Else’s Rant.] In the last post, I revealed that Richard Land passed off as his own – plagiarized – two separate columns during his March 31st radio program. I received more than a few e-mails asking […]

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Richard Land The Plagiarist: Top SBC Ethicist Stirs Up Controversy With Someone Else’s Rant UPDATED

Richard Land is the President of the ETHICS & Religious Liberty Commission of we like it the Southern Baptist Convention. A controversy began to brew on April 2 when Associated Baptist Press reported on Richard Land’s comments regarding the Trayvon Martin tragedy – “Land says activists using Trayvon Martin” –  on his Nashville radio program Richard Land Live […]

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Alliance of Baptists Celebrates 25th Anniversary, Proposes Statements on Trayvon, Transgender Victims & More

The Alliance of Baptists will meet later this week in Austin, Texas to celebrate the small progressive denomination’s 25th anniversary: We began as a dissenting voice in Baptist life 25 years ago. Today we are the many voices of progressive Christians around the levitra plus world seeking to respond to the continuing call of God in a […]

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Round-Up of Recent BDW Blog Posts

Below is a round-up of my recent blog posts here at the BDW Blog: Video: People of Faith Against North Carolina’s Anti-Gay Amendment One (3/30) Jimmy Carter Backs Abortion-Reduction and Restricting Abortion Rights (3/29) Robert George Replaces Richard Land on U.S. Commission on wow it's great Religious Freedom (3/28) My Thoughts on Al Mohler’s interview of former President […]

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Dr. Aaron Weaver is a blogger, author, editor, advocate and historian who writes at the intersection of religion and cheapest online cialis politics. He lives in Atlanta, Ga., with his wife and toddler son.

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