In episode 306, Pastor John discusses why he doesn’t own a gun, even for the sake of protection.
In the early 1990s, salesman Art Davie and Brazilian jiu-jitsu master Rorion Gracie set out to answer a simple question: Who is the ultimate fighter? A wrestler? A boxer? A martial arts master? The result, the first-ever ‘Ultimate Fighting Championship’ (UFC), was more violent, chaotic, and electrifying than anything else on TV. In the aftermath,
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ERLC to host 2018 National Conference on The Cross-Shaped Family
GRAPEVINE, Texas, July 24, 2018—The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention will host its fifth annual 2018 National Conference on “The Cross-Shaped Family,” Oct. 11-13 at The Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center in Grapevine, Texas. The conference…
A Life That Lost its Focus: Saul, Part 1
Posted by Ravi Zacharias, on June 9, 2018 Topic: Old Testament Studies
Is it possible for success to change a person? Are you leading a life that will change others? What can you do to avoid being envious? Ravi Zacharias answers these questions as he explores the life of King Saul this week on Let My People Think.
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Russell Moore has been burdened about racial justice since he was a young man. With the barrage of terrible events highlighting racial injustice in our country especially, the time is ripe to proclaim how the gospel speaks to this matter. So, at our historic MLK50 Conference, Moore addressed the crowd in a passionate message titled “King and Kingdom: Racial Justice and the Uneasy Conscience of American Christianity.” We hope this message burdens you in the best of ways.
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The most segregated hour in America: Overcoming divisions to pursue MLK’s vision of racial harmony
The Lord is doing a work when it comes to race relations in the church. And the ERLC was privileged to be a small part of it at the MLK50 Conference, commemorating the 50 years since Martin Luther King Jr.’s…
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Evangelicalism and Racial Unity with Trillia Newbell
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Trillia Newbell is the author of the kids’ book God’s Very Good Idea, as well as Enjoy: Finding the Freedom to Delight Daily in God’s Good Gifts (2016), Fear and Faith: Finding the Peace Your Heart Craves (2015) and United:…
How can Christians continue to advocate for racial harmony in notable way?
U.S. Senator Paul Coverdell discussed principles of American freedom and the great challenge to strengthen American families when he spoke to the Policy Foundation on November 14, 1997. Coverdell had a legendary political career, serving in the Georgia State Senate 1970 to 1989, as U.S. Peace Corps Director 1989 to 1991 and in the United States Senate 1992 to 2000. Coverdell died July 18, 2000. He founded the Coverdell Policy Leadership Institute, which continues today as the Conservative Policy Leadership Institute.
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TPGA-021. Alec Poitevint interviewed by Ashton Ellett on November 3, 2017 in Athens, Georgia.
To learn more about the Two-Party Georgia Oral History Project, please visit the Russell Library finding aid for this collection: purl.libs.uga.edu/russell/RBRL425TPGA/findingaid
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