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5 Myths about Christian Engagement in the Public Square

  Today we’re featuring a guest post by Dan Darling, Vice President for Communications at the ERLC. We at B21 are thankful for the ERLC’s leadership in equipping the SBC on issues in the public square and their continued support of our mission to be a pastor-led voice for Baptists in the 21st century.     As they have in every […]

6 Ways Pastors Can Equip Churches to Engage Cultural Issues

  Today we’re featuring a guest post by Dan Darling, Vice President for Communications at the ERLC. We at B21 are thankful for the ERLC’s leadership equipping the SBC on issues in the public square. And if you haven’t already, check out the upcoming ERLC National Conference where they have a killer lineup of speakers who will be specifically […]

B21 Panel Video SBC 2016

  At this year’s momentous SBC in St. Louis, B21 gathered key leaders in evangelicalism–J. D. Greear, Danny Akin, David Platt, Albert Mohler, Matt Chandler, Russell Moore–to discuss pressing issues in the SBC and evangelicalism as a whole. B21’s own Jon Akin moderates this year’s panel that touches on issues such as the decline of […]

What Then Shall We Do? Perspectives on Recent Racial Tragedies

  With the recent tragedies of fatal shootings outside of St. Paul, Baton Rouge, and Dallas, it is critical that all Christian leaders both think through this pressing issue well and lead their people to do the same. Racial tension is a problem in our country, and we as Christ-followers must be in the forefront as […]

Should Baptists Vote For Trump? Part Two: “lesser of two evils”

2016 is an extremely unique presidential election year in the USA, mainly because of the polarizing nature and character questions surrounding the two main candidates. Usually it is clear which candidate the majority of Baptists will support. But that is not the case in 2016. Baptists are divided when it comes to supporting the GOP’s […]

Should Baptists Vote for Trump? Part One: “most electable candidate”

2016 is an extremely unique presidential election year in the USA, mainly because of the polarizing nature and character questions surrounding the two main candidates. While Baptists are not as monolithic a group as some would perceive them to be, and while Baptists never vote for a single candidate as a whole, usually it is […]

Baptist21, USA Today, and Politics

Recently, B21 leaders were interviewed about several issues surrounding the church and politics. Jon Akin and Jed Coppenger were interviewed in the Tennessean in an article entitled “Keep Church, Political Parties Separate, Baptist Group Urges” that was also picked up by USA Today In addition, Nate Akin was interviewed on Steve Noble’s podcast “Called2Action” in […]

8 Recommendations For A Christian Approach To Super Tuesday

Super Tuesday is upon us. If you’re anything like me, you’re probably on the verge of a panic attack from all of the political polls, commercials, and articles. Some people claim the earth will come to an end, if you don’t vote for their candidate. Others claim that the earth could be made new, if […]

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