Living in an era of heightened resistance to the gospel of Jesus Christ, Christians today face enormous challenges related to living out their faith in the public square. This issue of the Baptist Bulletin focuses on precisely those challenges. Steven Harduk (“Scoffers”) examines the relatively recent phenomenon of the new atheism and offers practical, Biblical suggestions for responding to it. Keith Kobelia provides sage advice for “Passing on Convictions to the Next Generation,” while Daryl Neipp (“Tweets and Peeps”) writes on the need to maintain a consistent Christian testimony on social media. This issue also addresses several other topics of natural interest to Baptists, such as the value of Christian camping ministries, the incredible opportunity that is military chaplaincy, and another installment in the history of the Protestant Reformation.

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