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A slim majority of U.S. adults said religion is very important in their lives, a Gallup report says, continuing an overall downward trend from a high of 70 percent in 1965. […] Read More

EthicsDaily will launch a new series for 2019 – and perhaps beyond – called “Look Back,” which will revisit some of our previous content that still has relevance for today. […] Read More

The end of one year and start of another provide the perfect opportunity to take time to remember. If you find such reflection challenging, consider a new spiritual discipline: the act of sustained remembering. […] Read More

Despite increases in non-Christians being elected to the new U.S. Congress, Christian traditions still hold the majority of the 535 combined seats in the House and Senate, with Catholics and Baptists leading the pack. […] Read More

As calls for a wall along our southern border echo across the land, thoughtful Christians should reflect and examine this issue from a theological perspective. Jesus sought to tear down walls and embrace a theology of inclusivity. […] Read More

With the Advent wreath in storage and the Christmas tree recycled, Epiphany Sunday urges us to abandon the old road of fear, suspicion and exclusion. If our celebrations are more than ritual, we must find another road. […] Read More

The third phase of ongoing conversations for a Baptist-Catholic joint commission has focused on collaboration as members have worked together to envision possibilities for offering a common witness. […] Read More

One framework affecting our nation’s immigration debate relies on whether we adhere to a politics of purity or one of compassion. The former erects boundaries; the latter seeks community with “the other.” […] Read More

Should women serve as pastors in churches? For 50-plus years, I was sincerely certain I knew the answer only to discover I’d been heading in the wrong direction. Here’s what finally burst the bubble I had been inhabiting. […] Read More

While the first international Baptist-Catholic dialogue did not take place until the mid-1980s, the two groups actually have been dialoguing since soon after the Second Vatican Council in the ’60s. […] Read More