When First Baptist's Robert Jeffress proclaimed a couple of weeks back that President Obama is "paving the way for the antichrist," we dismissed it as a publicity stunt designed to sell copies of his new book on the end times. Not everyone was so quick to call Jeffress' claim empty bombast. Take th ... More >>
A couple of weeks ago, delegates from the Irving-based Boy Scouts of America voted to lift their ban on openly gay Scouts, though openly gay adult staff members are still barred. When that vote happened, demons flooded the earth, Sodom and Gomorrah were re-animated, and we all plummeted into a ragin ... More >>
Criswell College is comprised of a couple of buildings on a single block in East Dallas at the intersection of Gaston and Haskell. The 42-year-old institution is tiny, just 322 students, but deeply religious. Its mission is centered on preparing students for the ministry, which it does according to ... More >>
First Baptist Pastor Robert Jeffress gets most of the press for his outspoken views on homosexuality and Mormonism, but over at the Dallas Voice, John Wright highlights the, um, retrograde views of another prominent local preacher, Dwight McKissic of Arlington's Cornerstone Baptist Church. McKissic ... More >>
‚ÄčThe Southern Baptist Convention has over 16 million members. It also boasts a mission statement: As a convention of churches, our missional vision is to present the Gospel of Jesus Christ to every person in the world and to make disciples of all the nations. Perusing their web site this mor ... More >>
Hispanic evangelical leaders join to push for compassionate immigration reform
Minister to despots across the globe, evangelist K.A. Paul just needs a few tons of jet fuel--and a safer plane--to keep up Godís work
Buzz sheds a tear for 2003
In another holy war, the battle plan is to turn Muslims into Bible believers
"Ex-gay" minister Randy Thomas prays to put gays and lesbians on the straight and narrow
Southern Baptist missionary Jim Sibley's job is to call Jews to Jesus. Is anyone listening?
Michael Piazza wants his proposed $20 million cathedral to send a message to the world -- gays can go to heaven too
The wonderful worlds that Walt built are rendered at the Modern in Fort Worth
American Airlines refuses to let a threat from the religious right steer the company off its gay-friendly course
Walt Whitman Community School in Oak Lawn is America's first private high school for gay and lesbian students. Despite some grim personal stories, the kids are all right.
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