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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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Cracking Your Congregation’s Code: Mapping Your Spiritual DNA to Create Your Future

By Dave Russell | January 16, 2002

Richard Southern and Robert Norton are partners in Church Development Systems, a consulting practice focused on church renewal and growth. Both Episcopalian laypeople, they offer a helpful volume on church vitality aimed at mainline congregations. In a market filled with such volumes, the “twist” that differentiates Southern and Norton’s work is their focus on “spiritual […]

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Bonfires of the Anxieties

By James L. Evans | January 16, 2002

Members of Christ Community Church in Alamogordo, N.M. made news recently by igniting what they called a “holy bonfire.” Pastor Jack Brock urged his flock to burn evil books, such as Harry Potter and Shakespeare. So, they did. There is something comical about this. I keep seeing this image of a cartoon elephant shrieking at […]

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NBC Ends Voluntary Ban on Hard-Liquor Ads, Draws Criticism from Health and Religious Groups

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | January 16, 2002

The NBC network ended a 50-year voluntary ban on hard-liquor advertisements in mid-December when it announced a multi-million dollar contract with Guinness-UDV, an alcohol conglomerate. “NBC should reverse its decision and reinstate the voluntary bad on hard liquor ads,” said the Center for Science in the Public Interest, a nonprofit health advocacy group based in […]

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The American Baptist Churches in the USA

By Everett Goodwin | January 16, 2002

The ABC/USA is the corporate expression of approximately 1.5 million Baptists in North America, with its greatest numerical strength in the Northeast, Midwest and West. Founded in 1907 as the Northern Baptist Convention, it changed its name to the American Baptist Convention in 1950 and in 1972 changed it again to the American Baptist Churches […]

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The Southern Baptist Convention

By Doug Weaver | January 16, 2002

Like other religious groups in antebellum America, Baptists split over the issue of slavery. Baptists in the South created a separate organization when the Triennial Convention, the national foreign missionary society, decided to exclude slaveholders as missionaries. Southern Baptists insisted that slavery was a civil issue. While Baptists in the North preferred the society model […]

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