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Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Baptists Around the World Avoid Cultural Groupthink
Baptists Around the World Avoid Cultural Groupthink
By: Sam Chaise
The Baptist World Alliance's annual gathering is a place where Baptist leaders can gather to avoid cultural groupthink and come to a deeper and richer understanding of their faith.
Asking Wrong Questions About Bivocational Ministry
Asking Wrong Questions About Bivocational Ministry
By: Dennis Bickers
Many people have misconceptions about bivocational ministry, even seminary students. Here are some of the wrong questions that church members and leaders often ask.
Atheists Often Reject a Caricature of God
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.
Faith Leaders Call for Compassion Toward Undocumented Children
Faith Leaders Call for Compassion Toward Undocumented Children
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Faith leaders are calling their followers to be compassionate toward the undocumented children crossing in large numbers into the Rio Grande Valley of Texas.
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Christians Give Witness for Peace with Twitter
By: Robert Parham
Witnessing for peace through tweets and prayers might seem an anemic alternative to the hard power of missiles and military budgets, yet Jesus chose such "anemia" with his message of peace.



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What Has Happened to All the Cults?
By: Philip Jenkins
Public concern over religious cults has sharply declined in recent years. The secularization of our society may play a role in these cults becoming more scarce. That may be a mixed blessing.



A Look Back at EthicsDaily's History of Quality Faith Content
By: Cliff Vaughn
As EthicsDaily.com steps up our efforts to make our faith-based content available on TV, it's helpful to look back at how we reached this point, starting with an HD video camera in 2003.



The Pros and Cons of Genetically Modified Foods
By: Zach Dawes
The debate rages over genetically modified foods. The way forward for Christians is to read the research on both sides of the argument and turn to the biblical witness to reflect on the data.




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Our award-winning documentary, "Beneath the Skin: Baptists and Racism," will begin appearing on Soul of the South Network on Monday, July 28. Click here for stations and air times: http://www.ethicsdaily.com/ethicsdaily-com-on-tv-cms-21935.
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