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JOHN GRISHAM, bestselling author of books such as "A Time to Kill" and "The Chamber," speaks at Baylor University about the connection between art and soul. (Baylor University photo by Cliff Cheyne) Full story



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Archeological evidence shifting views on site of Jesus' baptism
__By Elaine Ruth Fletcher
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___BETHANY BEYOND THE JORDAN, Jordan (RNS)--Archaeologist and devout Muslim Mohammed Al Waheeb says archaeological evidence is mounting that John the Baptist baptized Jesus on the eastern side of the Jordan River. Until now, modern-day pilgrims have commonly visited sites on the river's western shore within Israel or the Israeli-occupied West Bank to mark the baptismal event.
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Texas Baptist Men volunteers to help flood victims in Mozambique
___By Ken Camp
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___JOHANNESBURG, South Africa--Continuing rains in southern Africa delayed the entry of Texas Baptist Men disaster relief workers into Mozambique by at least 18 hours, but volunteers expected to begin providing clean water and hot meals to flood victims by last weekend.
___Three volunteers with Texas Baptist Men and a group of North Carolina Baptists traveled to Mozambique to provide disaster relief for flood victims in the wake of Cyclone Eline and more than three weeks of torrential rain. A second volunteer team is slated to leave for Mozambique March 9.
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At 50 years, Texas CLC eyes role for future
___By Ken Camp
___Texas Baptist Communications
___DALLAS--Memory and hope were the twin themes woven throughout the 50th anniversary celebration of the Texas Baptist Christian Life Commission.
___Meeting Feb. 28-29 at Park Cities Baptist Church of Dallas for the annual statewide conference, three of the commission's past directors and the current director recalled five decades of speaking to Texas Baptists on moral concerns. And they looked at ways the commission can address emerging ethical issues of the 21st century.
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