The Executive Board of the Missouri Baptist Convention has approved Cooperative Program allocations for a three-year period, based on the recommendation of a CP Allocations Task Force appointed earlier this year by former MBC President Neil Franks.
No doubt, a sure understanding of Paul’s words in 1 Cor. 15:29 continues to be debated. But Scripture makes one thing is clear: No one may obtain salvation for another through baptism, no matter how sincerely it is performed.
In the previous column we addressed different views about where Jesus went between His death and resurrection. Now, we briefly examine five New Testament passages that in some way touch on the subject.
Bobby James Moore got the death penalty for a murder he committed in 1980 at a Houston supermarket. But 36 years later, he apparently has a new argument: He is intellectually disabled and cannot be executed under a 2002 U.S. Supreme Court ruling.