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CULTURE: Unashamed outsider: Lecrae

NASHVILLE (BP) -- Is this "the year of black memoir?" Imani Perry, professor of African American studies at Princeton, thinks so, and she places recent books like Ta-Nehisi Coates' "Between the World and Me" and Clifford Thompson's "Twin of Blackness" squarely in the black literary tradition. People, however, may read such memoirs as representing all of black thought. "Telling one's story is one's story," Perry ...

FIRST-PERSON: Looking forward to this year’s SBC

This Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting in June, Trevin Wax writes, may prove to be one that "casts vision and rallies our people around a great cause."

FIRST-PERSON: John R. Sampey & Christ-centered Bible study

Trevin Wax writes about the 100-year legacy of John R. Sampey for Christ-centered Bible study. Sampey was a seminary scholar "who knew the conversations in Sunday School every week are just as formative and important as the debates in academic halls or the sermons from a pastor's pulpit."

Don’t give your kid a trophy for losing

Bible study editor Trevin Wax wants his son to win whenever he's in a soccer tournament, in part because "it's when you put a strong emphasis on winning the game that you're best equipped to learn from your losses."

FIRST-PERSON: ‘Dad, I think I know all the Bible stories now’

Writer and editor Trevin Wax recounts a teachable moment he had with his son on the difference between learning about God and worshipping God.

FIRST-PERSON: Why gay marriage is good & bad for the church

Baptist editor Trevin Wax ponders the challenges along the potential benefits of the Supreme Court's gay marriage rulings on June 26.

FIRST-PERSON: What we talk about when we talk about Rob Bell

Columnist Trevin Wax takes a look at Rob Bell's latest book, "What We Talk About When We Talk About God."

FIRST-PERSON: Newtown – should we be surprised?

Trevin Wax of LifeWay Christian Resources, examining the violence in American entertainment, asks: "Should we be surprised when reality eventually mirrors our fantasies?"

FIRST-PERSON: 3 things the church can learn from election 2012

Columnist Trevin Wax says the church can learn a lot from this year's election, including about the nation's changing demographics.

FIRST-PERSON: 3 things the church can learn from election 2012

Columnist Trevin Wax says the church can learn a lot from this year's election, including about the nation's changing demographics.