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FIRST-PERSON: Truth decay
America desperately needs a "truth infusion," John Kyle writes. "No legislation can stop the cultural decay. Only God's truth can change a heart and correct the course of a nation." Read More
'Fragments of Truth' film shows Bible's reliabilityDENVER (BP) -- Detailed examination of the earliest New Testament manuscripts in the upcoming "Fragments of Truth" documentary proves the reliability and viability of the Gospels, evangelical scholar and lead film commentator Craig Evans told Baptist Press.
"The documentary concludes rightly with a lot of support that the manuscripts are very old, and they are well done, they're reliable, they do preserve the original wording of the Greek New Testament," said Evans, professor of Christian origins at Houston Baptist University. Read More
She Reads Truth Bible arrives with a flurry for B&HNASHVILLE (BP) -- A boom in Bible sales wasn't in the projections.
The She Reads Truth Bible was a key factor in lifting the B&H Publishing Group to more Bible sales in three weeks than it expected to sell in four months.
The new release set a record for most Bibles purchased during a pre-sale effort, reported Trevin Wax, Bible and reference publisher at LifeWay Christian Resources. Read More
FIRST-PERSON: United by truth
Joshua Crutchfield notes that the truth -- Jesus is Lord -- can unite Southern Baptists so that "all people might hear His name and have the opportunity to receive new life .... If we must fight, let it be against the darkness of this world." Read More
Campaign against state lottery gets key push from churches
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--With the battle against a proposed state lottery in its final weekend, numerous pastors and gambling opponents urged churches throughout Tennessee to let their voice be heard in the Nov. 5 general election. Read More
State's family climate at stake in lottery vote, pastor warns
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--When Frank Lewis warns about the negative effects of gambling on a community, its churches and its people, he speaks from experience.
Layman overcomes gambling addiction, uses past to witness to others
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--In 1993 Dave Thomas moved his family from Florida to escape creditors and legalized gambling. Read More
Churches face dilemmas if lottery is approved in Tenn., pastor says
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--When Scott Thomas was pastor of a church near Lake Charles, La., he learned churches and Christians will face dilemmas and struggles if a state lottery wins a statewide vote Nov. 5. Read More
ANALYSIS: States lose big with lotteries, according to economic studies
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--Citizens in Tennessee will decide Nov. 5 whether to approve a state lottery, and many Southern Baptists are among those working to defeat the proposal. While there are a number of valid moral arguments against a lottery, there also are compelling economic reasons to oppose a lottery. Read More
FIRST-PERSON: Enron & a state lottery have striking similarities
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (BP)--In law, the strongest witness is one who testifies against his own interest. As one who teaches in and is wholeheartedly committed to public higher education, I am an apparent beneficiary of revenues generated from a proposed state lottery. It might be assumed, therefore, that I should write in favor of the lottery. I cannot do so. Read More