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1 Corinthians 1:13

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Pastors' Wives Are Disciple Makers, Too


NEWS
Southern Baptists Approve Alternate Resolution Against the Alt-Right
Confusion over scope and severity of white supremacist movement likely led the SBC to skip initial condemnation.
KATE SHELLNUTT
The most-talked-about resolution at this year's annual meeting of Southern Baptists initially didn't even make it to the floor. But after some late-night scrambling the night before, about 5,000 denominational leaders voted Wednesday to explicitly condemn the alt-right movement. continue reading >>


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