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Tuesday, July 29, 2014
3 Reasons Church
3 Reasons Church "Cannibalism" Erodes God's Kingdom
By: David Fitch
When large churches launch new satellite sites, they often draw members from the area's smaller churches, which are now struggling to survive. Are they building God's Kingdom or their own empires?
5 Lessons Learned from Taking a Tech Sabbath
5 Lessons Learned from Taking a Tech Sabbath
By: Elizabeth Evans Hagan
Do you check your social media apps first thing when you wake and last thing when you go to bed? You may need a tech Sabbath. Here are 5 lessons learned from being unplugged.
The Great War—A Tragedy Supported by Many Churches
The Great War—A Tragedy Supported by Many Churches
By: Leroy Seat
Many Christians supported World War I, which began 100 years ago today, finding it easy to use "fundamental tenets of the faith as warrants to justify war and mass destruction," a new book says.
Resisting the Cultural Urge to Buy, Buy, Buy
Resisting the Cultural Urge to Buy, Buy, Buy
By: Nick Lear
If we have the resources, the ubiquitous advertisements of our consumer culture urge and entice us to spend it on newer versions of what we already have. How do we resist the urge?
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Goodwill Global Baptists Pivot to Africa
By: Robert Parham
The Baptist World Alliance pivoted to Sub-Saharan Africa at its annual gathering in Turkey, with the election of a new president from Africa and plans for the 2015 World Baptist Congress in South Africa.



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Atheists Often Reject a Caricature of God
By: Larry Eubanks
The god that many atheists reject is not the one most Christians in the world follow. They reject a caricature of God that's followed by Christians who let their fears, prejudices and politics distort their view of God.



A Plea to Christian, Muslim and Jewish Friends
By: Martin Accad
Recent history is filled with violence committed in the name of religion. It's time for all religions to be honest and acknowledge the evil that exists within each of our own groups.



"Because Here It's Not Far From Hell"
By: Azar Ajaj
This carnage in the Middle East, is it anything but madness and evil? We must dare to pray courageously for a just settlement to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, resulting in a durable peace.




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Azar Ajaj, president of Nazareth Evangelical Theological Seminary, talks about the role of the evangelical church in promoting peace in Israel. Footage shot by Brian Kaylor, contributing editor to EthicsDaily.com, at the 2014 Baptist World Alliance gathering in Izmir, Turkey. Get more information at bwanet.org and nazarethseminary.org.
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