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EthicsDaily 2019: Overflowing with Moments to Cherish

By Mitch Randall | December 12, 2019

It’s been a busy and productive year at EthicsDaily. When good people engage in good work, we can change the world for the common good. As we review some of the highlights, we ask you to consider an end-of-year contribution.

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Sects, Cults and Denominations

By Pam Durso | May 28, 2002

The United States is one of the most religious nations in the world. Christianity, especially, played an important part in the founding and development of this country, and it has continued to dominate America’s religious landscape. Today, however, that religious landscape is quite diverse. The major religions of the world are all firmly established in […]

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The Right Place to Display the Ten Commandments Is on Your Heart

By Mark McEntire | May 28, 2002

Much attention has been given to why the posting of the Ten Commandments in public buildings is a bad idea for political reasons. It is obviously a violation of the Constitution, which is why such efforts are being routinely struck down by judges. Little attention has been given, however, to why it is such a […]

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Missions Trip to Cuba Opened Eyes, Hearts

By Jared Porter | May 24, 2002

Members of the First Baptist Church in Memphis, Tenn., gained valuable insight into another culture during a missions trip to Cuba in March. FBC Memphis’ John McCall led a trip to Cuba to visit the First Baptist Church of Florida to establish a partnership between the two churches (see related story). “I thought I knew […]

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FBC Memphis Partners with Cuban Church

By Jared Porter | May 24, 2002

Members of the First Baptist Church of Memphis, Tenn., unanimously approved a partnership with the First Baptist Church of Florida, Cuba, earlier in May. “Our partnership is really one to give them necessary resources to do what they’re already very capable of doing,” said FBC Memphis partnership committee chairman John McCall. “They know how to […]

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Free Trade Equals Religious Freedom for Baptists in Cuba

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | May 24, 2002

Baptists have been in Cuba for many years, and former President Carter’s recent visit to the communist island has brought renewed attention to their presence. Denton Lotz, Baptist World Alliance general secretary, sent Carter a letter before he made the high-profile visit—the first since 1959 by any sitting or former U.S. president. “I sent Cater […]

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