The Souls of China, feat. Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist Ian Johnson https://t.co/S8a0XkRXNZ Oct. 3 at @Baylor @BaylorHistory
The #Vatican announced it has signed a “provisional agreement” with the People’s Republic of #China about the appoi… https://t.co/VWMKvqcHCZ
C. Stephen Evans to give the Cornelia Marschall Smith Lecture at @Baylor Sept. 27 - “The Virtue of Accountability a… https://t.co/EPDkR69zcO
Sages Standing In God’s Holy Fire https://t.co/oVUcw6cGyZ Philip Jenkins via @PatheosEvang @anxious_bench
Oct. 4 at @Baylor - Drumwright Family Lecture featuring Robert P. George (Princeton University) and Shaykh Hamza Yu… https://t.co/O7bMBCYyzC
The Paradox of American Religion and American Secularism https://t.co/EvX1oJiquR Thomas Kidd @TGC
China on My Mind: Why We All Must Care about Our Suffering Brothers and Sisters https://t.co/fgTn4d3pug via @CTmagazine @edstetzer
Oliver O’Donovan lecture tonight at #Baylor https://t.co/FSGtGylVhM
Art, Liturgy, and Eternity https://t.co/tYtQ87DxPM Philip Jenkins via @anxious_bench @PatheosEvang

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Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Ian Johnson has spent nearly twenty years in China, reporting and writing on the country’s society, religion, and history. His most recent book, The Souls of China: The Return of Religion[...]
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Byron R. Johnson: “The Story Behind Billy Graham’s Prison-Built Casket” — The Gospel Coalition

Graham died last Wednesday at 99 years old, and despite his fame and profound global influence, this humble religious leader will be buried in a simple plywood box built by an unlikely person.

 

Evangelicalism After Billy Graham by

As soon as word broke about the death of Billy Graham, the most influential Christian evangelist of the twentieth century, scholars and admirers began asking: “Will there ever be another Billy Graham?” The consensus seems to be “no.”

 

Marshall.CT Indonesia's Blasphemy Conviction Threatens Muslim Democracy. But I Still Have Hope. Why Christians should support the type of Muslims who support Ahok.

 
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Sep 27 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm Marrs-McLean 101
“The Virtue of Accountability and the Fear of the Lord” Cornelia Marschall Smith Lecture at 3:30 pm, on Thursday, Sept. 27 The award, presented annually during the Academic Honors Convocation, recognizes a Baylor faculty member[...]
Oct 3 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm Marrs McLean Science Building Auditorium MMSCI 101
Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Ian Johnson has spent nearly twenty years in China, reporting and writing on the country’s society, religion, and history. His most recent book, The Souls of China: The Return of Religion[...]
Nov 6 – Nov 7 all-day Paul Powell Chapel, Truett Seminary
When Billy Graham died in February 2018, the world lost one of the most dynamic and creative leaders in modern Christianity. In particular, the modern evangelical movement is unthinkable without his influence and guidance. In[...]
Nov 12 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm Draper 152
Investigating Political Tolerance at Conservative Protestant Colleges and Universities Dr. George Yancey will look at data from multiple sources to find out whether conservative Protestant campuses are more or less likely to have political diversity[...]