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Daniel Darling

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¿Se irá Roe? La filtración al borde de la historia

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP) – Anoche, una filtración sin precedentes del primer borrador de una decisión de la Corte Suprema se filtró a Político, señalando que la Corte Suprema, 49 años después, está preparada para derogar Roe v. Wade. Si este borrador, y los al menos cinco votos a favor de permitir que los estados regulen y prohíban el aborto se mantienen, entonces estamos asistiendo a la historia en dos niveles.

FIRST-PERSON: Will Roe go? The leak at the edge of history

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP) – Last night, an unprecedented leak of the first draft of a Supreme Court decision was leaked to Politico, signaling that the Supreme Court, 49 years later, is poised to repeal Roe v. Wade. If this draft, and the at least five votes voting to allow the states to regulate and ban abortion holds, then we are witnessing history on two levels.

FIRST-PERSON: War in Europe and a Christian response

Vladamir Putin instructed his forces, amassed at the Ukrainian border, to proceed with the first invasion of a sovereign nation by another in nearly a century.

FIRST-PERSON: Swimmer Lia Thomas and the conflict at the heart of the transgender movement

transitioning to male, defeated Penn’s Lia Thomas, a male transitioning to female. Thomas, who previously swam with the University of Pennsylvania’s male swim team, shattered several female swim records. 

FIRST-PERSON: Forgetting Christmas – from obstacle to opportunity

With hymns blaring in our favorite coffee shops and retail stores and major television networks replaying “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” you would think most everyone who walks into our churches during Advent season would understand the basic contours of the Christmas story. And yet you’d be surprised to know there is a sizable percentage in […]

FIRST-PERSON: If you’ve got Jesus in your profile, don’t be nasty on your timeline

As we muddle through the coming election season and a global pandemic that has divided Americans, Christians will be more tempted than ever to abandon civility, Dan Darling says.

FIRST-PERSON: Christians can’t duck controversy

The flap over "Duck Dynasty" late last year evidences "the continuing shift in American culture toward a post-Christian age when true followers of Jesus no longer will be affirmed for their beliefs," writes Daniel Darling of the Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission.

Living on the Grace Side of Abortion

Every day, two thousand women wake up with an unplanned pregnancy, according to Care Net, a pro-life Christian ministry that seeks to educate and inform pregnant women about their legal options. Many of these women are young, vulnerable, confused, afraid, and often ashamed. Meeting women at this point of need is where Christians have the opportunity to live out the grace they have been given and help shepherd these women toward good choices, good parenting, and ultimately, peace with God through Christ. Sunday, January 19, is three days before the forty-first anniversary of the infamous Roe v. Wade decision of the US Supreme Court that made abortion the law of the land. It is a day to mourn the deaths of more than fifty-one million innocent children, killed before they ever had a chance to experience life outside their mothers' wombs. It is the day set aside by thousands of churches as Sanctity of Life Sunday.