Monthly Archives: June 2012

Murder and Mayhem in the USA

A news article arrested my attention this morning.  It featured a Chicago Funeral Director proclaiming “These Kids Don’t Expect To Live a Full Life” anymore.  In his neighborhood, violence and murder are so common that many kids he talks to expect to … Continue reading

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The SBC and Racial Prejudice

It’s a dirty little secret that really isn’t much of a secret, but our denomination (the Southern Baptist Convention) was formed in a region and in an era of extreme racial prejudice.  Many of our churches openly practiced discrimination and segregation … Continue reading

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