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How Your Church Can Include, Welcome Disabled People – Part 1

By Martin Hobgen | January 27, 2020

Welcoming and including disabled people in your church building requires more than adding wheelchair ramps and removing a few pews. It involves the actions and attitudes of your members toward disabled people.

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The Global Baptist Peace Conference was held in Cali, Colombia, in July 2019. Video interviews by Francisco Litardo of Central Seminary, produced in conjunction with Word & Way and EthicsDaily.com.

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Gospel Without Borders: A Documentary about Faith and Immigration

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“Changing Lanes”

By Mike Parnell | April 18, 2002

In John Ford’s masterpiece, “The Grapes of Wrath,” Casy, the preacher who lost the call, says, “So maybe there ain’t no sin an’ there ain’t no virtue. It’s just what people does. Some things folks do is nice and some ain’t so nice. That’s all any man’s got a right to say.” “Changing Lanes” is […]

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Stem Cell Research Juggles Technical Possibilities, Ethical Concerns

By Steve Ivy | April 18, 2002

Stem cell research has once again embroiled Christians in ethical debate. The remarkable potential for therapeutic interventions with stem cells is evidenced by the frequency with which bone marrow transplants save desperately ill people. Stem cell activity makes these transplants successful. The public controversy around human stem cell research has focused on the morality and […]

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Family Films Make Money

By Cliff Vaughn | April 18, 2002

Sex and violence may sell movies, but so do family values. The box office proves it. Some of 2001’s biggest financial successes were family films: “Shrek,” “Monsters, Inc.” and—despite the controversy in Christian circles—”Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.” “The Princess Diaries,” a rare G-rated, live-action film, was a hit, raking in over $100 million. […]

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By Robert Rhodes | April 18, 2002

There are no words to describe the horrific despair that must permeate daily life in Israel and the occupied territories of the West Bank. In the bomb-lashed markets and streets of Jerusalem, and the tank-shelled alleys of Palestinian refugee camps, violence continues to leave its bloody impression and evoke its hollow mockery of human life. […]

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Bush Encourages Charitable Giving, Gives Smaller Percentage to Charity

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | April 17, 2002

Speaking at a faith-based initiative meeting in the White House last week, President Bush urged support for legislation that would encourage more charitable giving. “Charitable giving is important for all of the people in our country, not just the wealthy. Everybody ought to be encouraged to give,” he said. Two days later, Associated Press reported […]

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