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David Limbaugh: Christians must fight advance of secularism

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Author David Limbaugh spoke at the Baptist Press Excellence in Journalism Banquet Oct. 9, telling students that Christians are engaged in a culture war. "Our entire Christian worldview is under siege," he said. Photo by Stanley Leary
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--The Christian worldview is under assault, and believers must fight back by combating the advance of secular values, best-selling author David Limbaugh said at the Baptist Press Excellence in Journalism Banquet in Nashville, Tenn., Oct. 9.
      The banquet served as the culminating event of the fourth annual Baptist Press National Student Journalism Conference and featured award presentations for students achieving excellence in the fields of photojournalism, broadcasting, print journalism, web design and yearbook.

Students at BP conference told to ‘pursue the passion’

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--"Pursue the Passion" was the theme around which more than 150 students and faculty gathered for the fourth annual Baptist Press national Student Journalism Conference Oct. 7-9 in Nashville, Tenn.

David Limbaugh among top speakers tapped for 2004 edition of the Baptist Press collegiate journalism conference in Nashville

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David Limbaugh

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--David Limbaugh, author of "Persecution: How Liberals Are Waging War Against Christianity," will be the featured speaker at the Excellence in Journalism awards banquet during the fourth annual Baptist Press National Journalism Student Conference Oct. 7-9 in Nashville, Tenn.
      The brother of talk show host Rush Limbaugh, David Limbaugh is an expert in law and politics. Persecution, which spent five weeks atop The New York Times best-seller list last fall, documents more than 800 examples of discrimination against Christians in America.

Registration opens for 2004 collegiate journalism conference

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--Registration for the 2004 Baptist Press Student Journalism Conference is underway, according to Will Hall, vice president for news services with the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee and executive editor of Baptist Press.
The conference, set for Oct. 7-9 in Nashville, Tenn., features special addresses by David Limbaugh, author of the NYT bestseller, Persecution; Bill Mattox of USA Today, James Patterson of The Indianapolis Star, Anacleto Rapping of The Los Angeles Times and Holly Thompson of WSMV-TV in Nashville.