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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Paige Patterson
Seminary President Paige Patterson, a former president of the Southern Baptist Convention, which has its executive committee headquarters in Nashville, said wives of seminary students asked for the homemaking courses.
"We are moving against the tide in order to establish family and gender roles as described in God's word for the home and the family," Mr. Patterson said at the denomination's annual meeting in June. "If we do not do something to salvage the future of the home, both our denomination and our nation will be destroyed."