April 30, 2014

  1. How Donald Sterling Tried to Blot Out His History of Racism by Giving to Charity (Huffington Post)
  2. The Most Offensive Owner in World Sports is (Sadly) Not Donald Sterling (Washington Post)
  3. Professor, John Boehner Rival, Fired from Baptist University for ‘Electile Dysfunction’ Ad (Syracuse Post-Standard)
  4. Mother Slit Daughter’s Throat in Old Testament Sacrifice (Christian Post)
  5. Florida Judge Criticized for Offering Bibles to Defendants (Orlando Sentinel)
  6. Florida Senate Approves Sharia Law Ban in State’s Courts (Florida Current)
  7. Church-statee Groups Skeptical About Hobby Lobby Bible Curriculum (ABP)
  8. New Clues Cast Doubt on ‘Gospel of Jesus’ Wife’ (CNN)
  9. Baptists Getting, Staying Busy in Disaster Areas (Associated Baptist Press)
Bruce Gourley

About Bruce Gourley

Bruce T. Gourley is online editor. In addition to managing Baptist Today’s web presence, Bruce is the executive director of the Baptist History and Heritage Society (baptisthistory.org), general editor of the Baptist History & Heritage Journal, editor of the Baptist Studies Bulletin, creator and author of the "Baptists and the American Civil War Project" (civilwarbaptists.com), and author of six books. Bruce is also a photographer (brucegourley.com) and previously served as a campus minister and professor of history at Yellowstone Baptist College in Billings, Montana. A graduate of Mercer University (B.A.), Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (M.Div.), and Auburn University (Ph.D.), he and his family live near Bozeman, Montana.

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