Mitch Randall, executive director of EthicsDaily.com, announces a special pledge -- as part of EthicsDaily.com's spring fundraiser -- related to Metro Baptist Church in New York City led by Pastor Scott Stearman.
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Moments of silence have proliferated in the days following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on New York and Washington. One week to the minute after the initial attack in New York, White House officials observed a moment of silence. On Monday, the New York Stock Exchange observed two minutes of silence. Even in the midst […]Read More
“The path of justice and freedom should prevail,” Pope John Paul II urged a pilgrim audience in Rome Wednesday, calling for a peaceful resolution in the fight against terrorism, according to various news agencies. The Roman Catholic leader also confirmed that, despite some security concerns, he is still planning a Saturday visit to Kazachstan, a […]Read More
Across the nation and different traditions, a thousand religious leaders have signed a statement offering a faith-based response to terrorism, according to Sojomail, an Internet newsletter from Sojourners magazine. “In the name of God, we too demand that those responsible for these utterly evil acts be found and brought to justice,” the statement read. It […]Read More
Jerry Falwell and Pat Robertson issued dishonest disclaimers related to their comments last week, which blamed certain Americans for the terrorist attacks. Both claimed their remarks were taken out of context and distorted. Having twice reviewed the 7 1/2-minute tape in question, only one reasonable conclusion can be drawn. They are madly spinning the truth. […]Read More
Appearing on a religious television program yesterday, Jerry Falwell blamed feminists, gays and others for the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington. “The abortionists have got to bear some burden for this because God will not be mocked. And when we destroy 40 million little innocent babies, we make God mad,” Falwell said. He […]Read More