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OCTOBER NEWS FROM THE BH&HS:
October is Baptist History and Heritage Month. During the month the BH&HS encourages you to incorporate the Baptist story into the life of your church.
Executive Director Bruce Gourley’s October speaking schedule includes a presentation on “Baptists, Race and Segregation” at Gardner-Webb University.
Stories and Hopes of young CBF Baptists is a new video produced in conjunction with the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship and with funding from the Eula Mae and John Baugh Foundation.
Click below to watch the video.
OF CONCERN TO BAPTISTS: ISLAMIC FUNDAMENTALISM
Islamic terrorism is currently one of the world’s most pressing problems. To better understand the context of today’s terrorists, read “Islamic Fundamentalism: A Brief Survey,” by Bruce Gourley.
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