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Theological schools adapt to meet changing demands

WASHINGTON (RNS) -- Professional degrees are gaining traction at theological schools across the United States and Canada, while the traditional ministerial degree—the Master of Divinity—is faltering, according to new data.

EDITORIAL: Celebrando la Navidad

Tenemos mucho para celebrar en el verdadero significado de la Navidad cuando creemos que Jesucristo fue enviado al mundo como el único Salvador eterno. Podemos y debemos con el mismo gozo y expectativa de fe seguirle y servirle siempre.

Supreme Court debates website designer’s freedom of speech over same-sex marriage

WASHINGTON (BP) – The U.S. Supreme Court debated with lawyers at length Monday (Dec. 5) whether a state has the right to compel speech in the latest case involving the intersection of religious freedom and same-sex marriage.

FIRST-PERSON: How we answer abortion advocates matters

Haunted. This is the word many women use to describe their day-to-day experience after having an abortion. Their haunting includes fear, guilt, shame, confusion, but most of all, the memory of the life that was – and could have been. 

State Baptist conventions take historic actions to prevent sexual abuse, care for survivors

NASHVILLE (BP) – As Southern Baptists continue to reckon with sexual abuse and take measures to prevent it and to care for survivors, many state Baptist conventions took historic actions at their annual meetings this fall.

Nigeria again excluded from State Department’s CPC list

WASHINGTON (BP) – The U.S. State Department added two countries to its annual designation of the world’s worst persecutors but failed to return Nigeria to the list despite requests from a Southern Baptist entity and other advocates for international religious freedom.

Exministro estudiantil de Texas es condenado a cinco años de prisión por abuso sexual

HOUSTON (BP) — Un exministro estudiantil bautista del sur ha sido condenado a cinco años de prisión tras declararse culpable de cuatro cargos relacionados con el abuso sexual en línea de una menor, según muestran los registros del Tribunal Penal del Condado de Harris.

El Evangelio impulsa la continuación de la divulgación mientras el atacante de Tops Market se declara culpable

BUFFALO, N.Y. (BP) – La difusión del Evangelio sigue siendo el objetivo de los pastores de Búfalo después de que el atacante Payton Gendron se declarara culpable el 28 de noviembre de terrorismo doméstico y asesinato en la matanza de 10 negros en un supermercado.

Sills presenta una demanda por difamación contra la SBC, Lyell y otros

MOBILE, Ala. (BP) - Un ex profesor del seminario bautista del sur y su esposa han presentado una demanda contra la SBC y otras 10 personas y entidades relacionadas con la SBC, incluyendo a Jennifer Lyell y Guidepost Solutions.

Protestors disrupt pro-life banquet with obscene outbursts

ARLINGTON, Va. (BP) – A crisis pregnancy care center in Washington is reconsidering its admission policy after a group who registered as church members erupted in profanity-laced outbursts at a fundraising dinner Dec. 1.