By: EthicsDaily Staff A strong U.S. majority - more than two-thirds - affirmed that people and groups use religion to justify violent actions rather than religious teachings being the cause of violence, a Pew Research Center report found.
By: Zach Dawes The demand for perfect adherence to a particular faction's ideology is having a detrimental impact not only on the political processes, but also on other societal institutions, including the local church.
By: Guy Sayles Many of us acquiesce to the fearful lie that our worth is inseparably bound up with our work. It's an insidious form of bondage that keeps us from the command and invitation to observe the Sabbath.
By: John Weaver A Baptist church in England has received an award to recognize its ongoing efforts to care for the environment in all areas of church life. It's one of more than 300 churches from all denominations to earn the award.
By: EthicsDaily Staff In a bipartisan hearing, senators addressed the growing challenge of prescription drug abuse that is taking place across the U.S. in both rural and urban areas and becoming a leading factor in incarceration.
By: Nada Jović For months, refugees fleeing their war-torn countries have arrived in Croatia. They are the victims of conflict and persecution. When the mission field comes to you, how will you respond?
By: Mark Tidsworth Recognize it or not, like it or not, all congregations are currently in the change process. The question then is about adaptation: How effectively will you navigate these white waters of change?
By: EthicsDaily Staff The most "Bible-minded" cities are found in the southern United States, the Barna Research Group found. The annual survey found all of the top 10 cities were located below the Mason-Dixon Line.
By: Matt Sapp The presidential race turns to a new chapter today as the Iowa caucus kicks off primary season. Here are four things pastors and laity need to do as we consider which candidates get our votes.
By: Stacy Sergent When someone is grieving the loss of a loved one, the less said the better. Well-meaning words can be hurtful. Here are five suggestions on what to say - if you have to say something.
By: EthicsDaily.com Staff How does an Iowa caucus work? What role does faith play in the caucus process? EthicsDaily.com contributing editor Brian Kaylor, who witnessed the GOP caucuses in 2008, explains in a new EthicsDaily.com video.