BJC welcomes spring interns

BJC welcomes spring interns

  By BJC Staff Reports The Baptist Joint Committee is pleased to have two spring semester interns working alongside our staff in Washington, D.C. Joben David, who was born and raised in India, is a 2015 graduate of George W. Truett Theological Seminary in Waco, Texas,...
Deadlines approaching for BJC Fellows, essay contest

Deadlines approaching for BJC Fellows, essay contest

By BJC Staff Reports Two of the Baptist Joint Committee’s most popular programs have quickly approaching deadlines. BJC Fellows Program Young professionals interested in deepening their historical, legal and theological understanding of religious liberty have until...
2016 Shurden Lectures set for April in Minnesota

2016 Shurden Lectures set for April in Minnesota

  By BJC Staff Reports Popular educator Molly Marshall will speak at Bethel University in St. Paul, Minnesota, on April 4-5 to deliver the 2016 Walter B. and Kay W. Shurden Lectures on Religious Liberty and Separation of Church and State.  The president of Central...
Walker signs open letter against anti-Muslim rhetoric

Walker signs open letter against anti-Muslim rhetoric

  By BJC Staff Reports BJC Executive Director Brent Walker was one of 50 leaders who signed a letter asserting that anti-Muslim rhetoric is a threat to the foundations of American democracy and to the religious freedom of all Americans. The letter ran as an...