Profiles In Goodwill: Elmo Familiaran
Profiles In Goodwill: Elmo Familiaran

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Elmo Familiaran is the associate regional pastor and area minister for the American Baptist Churches of New Jersey. He grew up in the Philippines and calls the Baptist convention there his spiritual home.

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Breaking Promise, Obama Fails to Recognize Armenian Genocide
Breaking Promise, Obama Fails to Recognize Armenian Genocide

By: Brian Kaylor
As the world marks the 100th anniversary of the start of the Armenian Genocide in 1915, President Obama is expected to deliberately avoid using the word "genocide," breaking a campaign promise.

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When Christianity and Politics Should Mix
When Christianity and Politics Should Mix

By: Gershon Nimbalker
Some Christians believe their faith and politics don't mix. In a secular democracy, however, Christians should speak out to protect individuals' rights, promote the common good and pursue justice.

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Your Church Must Choose: Window or Aisle Seat?
Your Church Must Choose: Window or Aisle Seat?

By: Bill Owen
You may feel cramped in the window seat of a flight, but you have a great view of the world. The aisle seat offers far more comfort. Metaphorically speaking, many churches prefer the aisle seat.

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One Prisoner's Journey: The Long Road of Redemption
One Prisoner's Journey: The Long Road of Redemption

By: Colin Harris
Two years after his release from federal prison, Michael Santos has poured himself into a rigorous effort to make the lessons of his own experience available to others who are behind him on the path.

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Holding Fashion Industry Accountable for Worker Safety
Holding Fashion Industry Accountable for Worker Safety

By: Fiona Spence
More than 1,000 textile workers died in Bangladesh in 2013 when a commercial building collapsed. On Friday, you can help hold the fashion industry accountable to protect workers in developing nations.

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Pushy Parents Discourage Children from Team Sports
Pushy Parents Discourage Children from Team Sports

By: Jon Kuhrt
Children learn many positive lessons from team sports, but two studies find children are turned off from participating when their parents behave badly at games or put on too much pressure to win.

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Dominion, Not Domination, Over Our Island Home
Dominion, Not Domination, Over Our Island Home

By: Guy Sayles
God has given mankind dominion over the earth, but we've distorted that meaning to justify exploitation of the earth's nonhuman creatures and profligate waste of its resources. We are not owners, but stewards.

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Profiles In Goodwill: Aaron Tyler
Profiles In Goodwill: Aaron Tyler

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Aaron Tyler chairs the Graduate International Relations Department at St. Mary's University in San Antonio, Texas. His favorite Bible verse reminds him in whom we find our ultimate source for peace.

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How 2 Hispanic Immigrants Are Fulfilling God's Purpose
How 2 Hispanic Immigrants Are Fulfilling God's Purpose

By: Juan Aragon
God not only shows compassion and mercy toward foreigners in the Bible, but also uses immigrants today to fulfill his divine purposes in the world. Here are two examples.

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Should Churches Speak Up About Unhealthy Food Choices?
Should Churches Speak Up About Unhealthy Food Choices?

By: Zach Dawes
Food companies and restaurants spend millions each year on advertising their products to millions of viewers. Should churches place a greater emphasis on human health and the food we eat?

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Billy Graham: Locating the Legacy of America's Pastor
Billy Graham: Locating the Legacy of America's Pastor

By: Martin Marty (The Martin Marty Center: Sightings)
Billy Graham, now far into his 90s, has a rich legacy that has earned him the title of America's Pastor. No other Christian figure has been heard by as many people and potential converts.

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