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FIRST-PERSON: Furthering the Gospel via Earth Day

Columnist Thomas White says conversations about Earth Day can lead to a Gospel conversation that includes Jesus' death, resurrection and future creation of a "new earth day."

FIRST-PERSON: Extramarital sex has consequences far beyond ‘the morning after’

No amount of technology, pills or procedures will remove the consequences of extramarital sex forever, says columnist Thomas White.

FIRST-PERSON: Jovan Belcher, ruined lives and manhood

Columnist Thomas White says the debate over Jovan Belcher's murder-suicide underscores a societal problem of male bravado -- and a lack of proper biblical manhood among males.

FIRST-PERSON: The facts about the ‘Jesus’ wife’ fragment

Southwestern Seminary's Thomas White says a fourth century fragment that alleges Jesus was married doesn't threaten the Christian faith.

FIRST-PERSON: The facts about the ‘Jesus’ wife’ fragment

Southwestern Seminary's Thomas White says a fourth century fragment that alleges Jesus was married doesn't threaten the Christian faith.

FIRST-PERSON: Watching hope rise from the ashes at Ground Zero

Ten years ago, columnist Thomas White and four other seminary students loaded a van, drove to New York, and preached the Gospel to anyone who would listen, days after 9/11.

Westboro: a hate group, not a church

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)--If I told you that I was a bird, you might have your doubts. After all, I don't look anything like a bird. I can't fly. I don't have wings. In fact, I have very little resemblance to a bird unless you want to count my bird legs as evidence.

FIRST-PERSON (Thomas White): A lesson learned in the African bush

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)--Our adventure began as we pushed the white Nissan Patrol adorned with a brush guard, a winch and two spare tires down the road to pop the clutch....

Death by consumption

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)--On May 6, 1862, Henry David Thoreau's struggle with tuberculosis ended with his death at the age of 44.

ADOPTION: The heart of the Gospel

Editor’s note: This is part of a six-story series about adoption. Other stories about domestic adoption are available here and here . Stories about international adoption can be read here , here and here . FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)–While waiting to check out, a gray-haired lady peeked around the side of a large beaded purse. […]