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October 13, 2023

 

 

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New York Times columnist David French grew up in the Church of Christ, graduated from Lipscomb University and shaped his political mind in the conservative Republicanism of the 1980s and 1990s. He began and built his legal career litigating institutions that threatened religious liberties, mostly of Christians.

For the last ten years, he has spoken and written more about how certain kinds of politics might corrupt the integrity and mission of Christians and the church and how Christians, in the long run, may be the biggest threat to their own religious liberties.

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Christian Chronicle wins 15 awards in Oklahoma Society of Professional Journalists contest

 

Oklahoma City-based international newspaper for Churches of Christ honored for outstanding reporting and writing.

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Freed-Hardeman students swab cheeks to save lives

 

A blood cancer drive recruited more than 100 FHU students to register as blood marrow donors.

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Mabee Foundation donates $3 million to Lubbock Christian Honors College
 

Mabee Foundation donates $3 million to Lubbock Christian Honors College

 

The large grant is part of the 75th anniversary celebration for Mabee, an organization started by John and Lottie Mabee in 1948 that supports various nonprofits in Texas and nearby states.

Calvin Cockrell reports.

 
How Christian men can exemplify the right kind of masculinity
 

How Christian men can exemplify the right kind of masculinity

 

Christian men have an opportunity to rewrite the narratives by returning to the Christ-shaped template for masculinity, one where virtue is of greater importance than virility and self-sacrifice is cherished above social success.

Benjamin J. Williams reviews “The Toxic War on Masculinity: How Christianity Reconciles the Sexes.”

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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