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Baptist leaders praise housing allowance ruling
Friday, March 22, 2019
CHICAGO – Southern Baptist entity leaders applauded a federal appeals court decision March 15 upholding the constitutionality of the ministerial housing allowance. A three-judge panel of the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago ruled unanimously the long-standing clergy allowance does not violate the First Amendment clause that prohibits
College fueled civil rights, now in theology battle
Friday, March 15, 2019
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – At Nashville's Woolworth on 5th lunch counter, much has changed since the sit-ins of 1960 that helped desegregate public accommodations in the Jim Crow South. In 1960, Woolworth was among a handful of Nashville department stores where African- American students were beaten and arrested, drawing national media coverage when they
'Kingdom Men Rising' film promotes biblical manhood
Wednesday, March 6, 2019
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Society may be confused about the true definition of manhood, but pastor and author Tony Evans said God's Word is clear. The Bible, he says, reveals what God expects from men, even if the cultural tide is swimming in the opposite direction. "The biblical definition of man is under attack," said Evans, the pastor of Oak Cliff Bible

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Durham city, county leaders vow to support $15 pay, local hiring

DURHAM – City and county officials have recommitted to support living wages at $15 an hour

Comcast formally launches two new black-centric networks

During a star-studded evening complete with a red carpet entry at the Newseum in Washington,

Bill would make tweaks to NCís sexual assault laws

On college campuses on a Saturday night, it wouldn’t be surprising to see young men and