Ep. 165: Hillsong’s Brian Houston, the “Billy Graham Rule,” and the Southern Baptist Convention’s Historic Move
On today’s program, we take a look at the so-called “Billy Graham Rule.” We have updates on a couple of religious liberty cases that will have an impact on Christian ministries, and we have the latest on Hillsong’s Brian Houston. He has taken a sabbatical in advance of his criminal trial. We begin today with a history making move by the Southern Baptist Convention.
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Special thanks to the Institute on Religion & Democracy for contributing material for this week’s podcast.
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