WASHINGTON (BP)— The U.S. Senate voted to enshrine same-sex marriage as the law Tuesday (Nov. 29) while rejecting efforts to strengthen religious freedom protections in the proposal.
WACO, Texas (BP) — A webinar for leaders of pre-teens, teens and young adults drew its maximum number of 500 registrants to hear a discussion entitled, “Can I Talk About That?”
WASHINGTON (BP)—Brent Leatherwood’s first trip to Washington, D.C., as head of the Southern Baptists’ public policy entity, impressed upon him a recognition of the appreciation both government leaders and he has for the churches of the convention.
Yesterday’s Senate vote to take up the Respect for Marriage Act was likely last opportunity for the bill to be stopped.
WASHINGTON (BP)—The U.S. Senate took the first and an apparently decisive step Wednesday (Nov. 16) toward codifying same-sex marriage into law with the aid of more than one-fifth of Republicans in the chamber.
WASHINGTON (BP) – A California judge has ruled in favor of a Christian cake designer in the latest court decision regarding the conflict between religious freedom and same-sex marriage.
NASHVILLE (BP)—Southern Baptist pastors and churches have a new theological and practical guide to help them address issues involving sexuality and gender.
For the last couple of years, the volume has increased over concerns related to parental rights, especially at public schools. What focused for a time as concerns over in-person education and the use of masks during the pandemic has quickly returned to concerns over matters of sexuality and gender.
NEW YORK (BP) – SBC President Bart Barber was a guest of Anderson Cooper on CBS’ 60 Minutes program Sunday (Oct. 9). The 13-minute segment dealt with issues of sexual abuse in the SBC, political division in the United States surrounding former President Donald Trump, the separation of church and state, abortion, immigration and same-sex marriage.
SBC DIGEST: Pastor, SBC influencer Jeffrey Curtis dies; Leaders urge McConnell to reject marriage bill
Pastor Jeffrey Curtis remembered as ‘intentional role model’; Mohler, Allen among signatories of letter denouncing marriage bill,