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The Pro-Slavery History of the Southern Baptists

The Southern Baptist Convention has scarcely begun to reckon with its ugly history.

Southern Baptists Denounce Alt-Right Bigotry

After some contention over the wording of the resolution, Southern Baptists, the second largest religious denomination in the US, condemned the alt-right movement and white supremacy at their recent annual convention. The denomination was originally founded by pro-slavery southerners in 1845. Show More Summary

Pastor who introduced Southern Baptist resolution against the Alt-Right is shocked it wasn’t a ‘slam dunk’

5 days agoNews : The Raw Story

The Texas pastor who drafted the original resolution calling on the Southern Baptist Convention to condemn white supremacy and the “alt-right” said he was “shocked” by the massive controversy his resolution sparked at the conservative denomination’s annual meeting in Phoenix, Arizona this week. “I...

Southern Baptist Convention Remains South of Decency and Reason

It is by no means surprising when placed in historical context. The post Southern Baptist Convention Remains South of Decency and Reason appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Spencer Responds After Southern Baptist Convention Condemns White Supremacy

last weekHumor / odd : The Sideshow

"Jesus never complained about 'racism,'" tweeted alt-right leader Richard Spencer.

In Quick Reversal, Southern Baptists Denounce White Nationalists

last weekNews : NYTimes: News

At a conference, pastors at first declined a resolution denouncing the so-called alt-right. Facing backlash, they approved a less harsh version.

Southern Baptist Church: We Will Never Stop Fighting Abortion and Planned Parenthood

The Southern Baptist Convention is standing strong for the rights of unborn babies, leader Russell Moore said this week. Moore is the president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC), the public policy arm of the Christian denomination, one of the largest in the world. The convention’s annual meeting was this week. On Wednesday, […]

‘Jesus never complained about ‘racism’: Richard Spencer blasts Southern Baptists for opposition of white supremacy

last weekNews : The Raw Story

Richard Spencer, the leader of the “alt-right,” responded Wednesday to the Southern Baptist Convention’s vote to condemn the political movement at an annual convention in Phoenix, Arizona. In his response, he referenced Jesus, Paul and questioned whether or not the convention had...

A Major Christian Denomination Almost Passed Up An Opportunity To Condemn White Supremacy

When a black pastor submitted a statement condemning white supremacy to the Southern Baptist Convention for review this week, the resolutions committee swiftly denied it and moved on. A revised version of the resolution ultimately passed,...Show More Summary

A Major Christian Denomination Almost Passed Up An Opportunity To Condemn White Supremacy

When a black pastor submitted a statement condemning white supremacy to the Southern Baptist Convention for review this week, the resolutions committee swiftly denied it and moved on. A revised version of the resolution ultimately passed,...Show More Summary

A Major Christian Denomination Almost Passed Up An Opportunity To Condemn White Supremacy

When a black pastor submitted a statement condemning white supremacy to the Southern Baptist Convention for review this week, the resolutions committee swiftly denied it and moved on. A revised version of the resolution ultimately passed,...Show More Summary

Midday open thread: Bravery and irony, an overwhelming but delayed vote, and a dead raccoon

? Today’s comic is Trump under investigation: a witch hunt? by Ruben Bolling: ? Southern Baptists voted overwhelmingly to condemn "alt-right white supremacy" … but overwhelmingly doesn’t mean they did it quickly. ? Now there's a lede: While...Show More Summary

Leading Christian Organization Denounces Alt-Right and White Supremacy in Powerful Statement

"We regret and apologize for the pain and confusion that we created." The Southern Baptist Convention is severing its ties to white supremacists. During the organization’s annual meeting Wednesday in Phoenix, the convention officially passed a resolution to formally “denounce and repudiate” white supremacy and the alt-right movement. Show More Summary

After backlash, Southern Baptist Convention condemns alt-right

The Southern Baptist Convention, which is meeting in Phoenix, voted on Wednesday to denounce the alt-right -- but only after pastors pushed back against leaders who initially declined to show opposition to the fringe group. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments

Southern Baptists Condemn 'Alt-Right' White Supremacy

last weekNews : The Lookout

The nation’s largest Protestant denomination passed a resolution a day after the proposal to denounce the "alt-right' movement divided convention leaders and triggered backlash on social media.

Southern Baptists condemn ‘alt-right’ white supremacy

last weekNews : The Raw Story

In a nearly unanimous vote, Southern Baptist Convention condemned Wednesday the “alt-right” movement and passed a resolution affirming the denomination’s opposition to white supremacy. The vote took place on the second the day of the annual convention in Phoenix, a day after the proposal to condemn...

Southern Baptist Convention Votes To Condemn White Supremacy

last weekNews : The Two-Way

Members of the denomination criticized an earlier decision not to vote on the resolution while condemnations of gambling and Planned Parenthood were considered and approved.

Southern Baptist Convention reconsiders, condemns white supremacy

last weekNews : USAToday: News

The Southern Baptist Convention will reconsider an effort to condemn white supremacy on the final day of the Protestant denomination’s annual meeting.        

Amid uproar, Southern Baptists condemn ‘alt-right’ movement

last weekReligion / Islam : On Faith

Southern Baptists on Wednesday formally condemned the political movement known as the “alt-right,” in a national meeting that was thrown into turmoil after leaders initially refused to take up the issue.

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