Resurrecting Martin Luther King's Message of Love
Resurrecting Martin Luther King's Message of Love

By: Terrell Carter
Before Martin Luther King Jr.'s death, it seemed like the majority of the world had turned against him. His message of love was falling on deaf ears. Can we resurrect it?

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What Filters Does Your Church Need to Jettison?
What Filters Does Your Church Need to Jettison?

By: Greg DeLoach
We filter our email to weed out unwanted solicitations, but the church should be a place where all are welcome and no one is filtered out. Yet churches have many filters that need to be jettisoned.

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Busting 2 Perplexing Myths about Middle East
Busting 2 Perplexing Myths about Middle East

By: Jesse Wheeler
Misinformation abounds when it comes to the Middle East. Certain misperceptions have proven to have profound socio-cultural consequences and destructive policy ramifications.

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Skype Interview: Sam Chaise on the Global Diaspora Forum
Skype Interview: Sam Chaise on the Global Diaspora Forum

By: EthicsDaily Staff
As people leave their homes for other countries, the church and the gospel can become the presence of God to those people, says Sam Chaise in a new EthicsDaily.com Skype interview.

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Profiles In Goodwill: Larry Hovis
Profiles In Goodwill: Larry Hovis

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Larry Hovis is executive coordinator of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of North Carolina. Learn which five verses in Matthew are his favorite from which "everything else is just commentary."

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You Can't Shrug Your Shoulders at Global Woes
You Can't Shrug Your Shoulders at Global Woes

By: Nick Lear
We often respond to global problems with a shrug of our shoulders and an attitude that we're not to blame. But if each of us accepted responsibility to be a small part of the solution, the results would be big.

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Baptists Send Cheese, Letter about Religious Liberty to POTUS
Baptists Send Cheese, Letter about Religious Liberty to POTUS

By: Zach Dawes
Religion can and should play a role in shaping society, but it should do so by offering a moral compass through public witness that retains a distinction and distance from politicians and parties.

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How to Lose the Next Generation of Church Leaders
How to Lose the Next Generation of Church Leaders

By: Ircel Harrison
If your congregation wants to enlist and nurture a new generation of church leaders, it won't happen by putting them on committees, especially if most of those assignments don't provide any sense of fulfillment.

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Profiles In Goodwill: Paul Msiza
Profiles In Goodwill: Paul Msiza

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Paul Msiza is pastor of Peniel-Salem Baptist Church in Pretoria and the Baptist World Alliance president for 2015-20. He served previously as general secretary of the South Africa Baptist Convention.

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Lenten Fast Like Juice Cleanse of Spiritual Toxins
Lenten Fast Like Juice Cleanse of Spiritual Toxins

By: Agnes Howard
The New Year's barrage of juice-cleanse ads promises atonement for holiday indulgence. Similarly, a Lenten fast helps you reflect on spiritual poisons you need to cleanse from your system.

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Why Ethicists Should Talk About Human+ Movement Now
Why Ethicists Should Talk About Human+ Movement Now

By: Roger Olson
Transhumanism, a movement that promotes the fundamental transformation of humanity through technology, is not taken seriously enough by many ethicists. One wonders what it will take to get their attention.

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