Baptist History and Heritage Society to Engage Local Congregations through New Webinar Series
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Baptist History and Heritage Society to Engage Local Congregations through New Webinar Series

By BHHS Communications MACON, GA – The Baptist History and Heritage Society (BHHS) was recently awarded a grant of $34,595 to promote public engagement with recent historical scholarship on Baptists in the United States. The grant is made possible by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH): Sustaining Humanities through the American Rescue Plan in … Continue reading

When Theological and Political Convictions Lead to Espionage: A Conversation with Elisabeth Braw
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When Theological and Political Convictions Lead to Espionage: A Conversation with Elisabeth Braw

By Andy Hale  Certainly, the least severe results of the COVID-19 crisis is the rescheduled release of Daniel Craig’s final Bond film. We can wait another seven months of the conclusion of the greatest of all Bonds. And yes, Craig’s gritty and dark bond outpaces Roger Moore, David Niven, Timothy Dalton, and Connery. The only … Continue reading