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EASTER: What about Monday?

There is no separation from Easter Sunday and the following day, seminary dean Waylan Owens writes. The day after Easter, "nothing has changed," he notes. "Every moment of every day of every week of every year for you and for me is to be lived in Christ."

FIRST-PERSON: Hold a newborn

Seminary dean Waylan Owens challenges skeptics to hold a newborn in their arms while pondering whether God exists.

FIRST-PERSON: Can science rule out God?

Waylan Owens, a dean at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, points out how an article in a science publication provides confirmation of God's existence -- contrary to the writer's intention.

FIRST-PERSON: Can science rule out God?

Waylan Owens, a dean at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, points out how an article in a science publication provides confirmation of God's existence -- contrary to the writer's intention.

FIRST-PERSON: Is there more to the N.C. church story?

WAKE FOREST, N.C. (BP)--Chan Chandler is one of my students. You may have heard of him. He is the pastor of the East Waynesville Baptist Church in Waynesville, N.C. According to the Associated Press, Chan ousted all the members of the church who would not support George W. Bush in the 2004 presidential election.

FIRST-PERSON: Giving God His due

WAKE FOREST, N.C. (BP)--What do the recent Asian tsunami and Iraqi elections have in common?

A Different Look at the Frog

The reaction to Jimmy Draper's June 24 prophetic call for the Southern Baptist Convention to embrace younger leadership has been swift. Draper wrote, "I'm afraid the Southern Baptist Convention resembles the frog a bit too much these days, and it's time for us to realize the water is heating up." Then Draper addressed two concerns […]

FIRST-PERSON: A different look at the frog

WAKE FOREST, N.C. (BP)--The reaction to Jimmy Draper’s June 24 prophetic call for the Southern Baptist Convention to embrace younger leadership has been swift. Draper wrote, “I’m afraid the Southern Baptist Convention resembles the frog a bit too much these days, and it’s time for us to realize the water is heating up.”