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Tuesday, March 3, 2015
Gov't Restriction, Social Hostility Toward Religion Down Slightly
Gov't Restriction, Social Hostility Toward Religion Down Slightly
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Government restrictions on religious freedom and social hostility toward religion saw a slight decline in 2013, says a newly released report from Pew Research Center.
How Your Church Can Make Missions More Effective
How Your Church Can Make Missions More Effective
By: Barry Howard
Without any long-term objective to your church's mission strategy, your church could be encouraging a sense of entitlement that trends toward continual poverty. Here are five steps to break that cycle.
Catholic Expert Depicts Pope as
Catholic Expert Depicts Pope as "Moderate in Extreme"
By: Brian Kaylor
Pope Francis embodies a "moderate realism" and his ministry should matter to both Protestants and Catholics, said a respected U.S. journalist and top expert on Vatican affairs.
Profiles In Goodwill: Ronnie Brewer
Profiles In Goodwill: Ronnie Brewer
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Ronnie Brewer, senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Bristol, Virginia, and board member of the Baptist Center for Ethics, is a featured columnist on EthicsDaily.com.
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Remembering a Baptist Missionary as Heroic Humanitarian in War
By: Robert Parham
Bryant Durham was one of at least 12 Southern Baptist missionaries in eastern Nigeria after that region declared independence in 1966. His dissertation chronicles the Christian relief effort during the genocide.



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EthicsDaily.com media producer Cliff Vaughn recounts a story from the Huntsville, Texas, cemetery for inmates, encountered while filming for ThroughTheDoor.info documentary on faith and prisons.
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