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How should people committed to the teachings of Jesus respond to genocide? If Christians are going to stand in solidarity and empathy with those who have been marginalized, we must practice these four steps – at a minimum. […] Read More

People have used the Bible to defend slavery, bar women from ministry and rejecting acceptance of LGBTQ folks. Some may claim such views are biblical, but it doesn’t mean their Christian. We must read the Bible in context. […] Read More

Genocide. Working on “The Disturbances” – EthicsDaily.com’s documentary about how Christian missionaries and Nigerian pastors saved lives amid the horror of the 1966 genocide – changed my relationship to the word. […] Read More

How can Christians be an influence in a post-Christian society? We can build bridges with secular and pagan people by proposing ethical principles that, while not specifically Christian, are compatible with Christianity. […] Read More

Churches must cultivate a world with no tolerance for hate and genocide, yet many churches have stood in silence as discrimination and hate reign. We cannot love our neighbor as ourselves while turning a blind eye to evil. […] Read More

Contravening decades of official U.S. policy and international consensus, President Trump unilaterally recognized the Golan Heights as Israeli territory, a move that the U.N. Security Council soon denounced. […] Read More

Nearly every church has them. Those folks who are always ready with a negative comment. They can undermine the entire church. To combat this Recreational Complaint Syndrome, leaders must set the tone and be willing to listen. […] Read More

Marie Kondo, the tidying-up guru, is all the rage with her advice on how to declutter your life and find joy. Even if you’re not a Kondo fan, these three insights can teach you more about joy. […] Read More

Genocide may be a universally recognized term today, but it wasn’t coined until the 1940s. Since that time, we’ve had many proclamations and conventions but little concrete action. […] Read More

Local church pastors wish their congregations were aware of certain realities, but they are concerned that being too transparent could threaten their jobs. We present three more of those unspoken realities. […] Read More