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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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Fears of Famine Grow In Afghanistan, Despite U.S. Assurances

By Alex Smirnov | January 9, 2002

Humanitarian aid workers in Afghanistan are not ready to call famine relief efforts in the region a success. Following recent assurances from the White House and the United Nations that widespread famine has been averted in Afghanistan, reports came that local warlords looted the food stored for distribution among civilians, according to U.S. and British […]

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UK Muslims Outpacing Anglicans in Growth

By Alex Smirnov | January 9, 2002

Practicing Muslims in Great Britain could outnumber worshiping Anglicans by 2013, according to a new survey. In 2000, there were about 620,000 practicing Muslims in Great Britain, and they are expected to reach 750,000 by 2005, according to a study by the Christian Research organization, reported the Daily Telegraph. Should the current trend continue, the […]

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China Indicts Man for Bible Smuggling

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | January 8, 2002

The Chinese government recently indicted a Christian businessman for bringing Bibles into China. Li Guangqiang, a 38-year old Hong Kong trader, was arrested in July 2001 and indicted in December, after making two separate shipments of some 32,000 Bibles that spring. His shipments were to an underground Protestant church with some 500,000 members who take […]

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Of the Harboring of Terrorists

By Kathleen Kern | January 8, 2002

“If you harbor a terrorist, you are a terrorist.” –George W. Bush, Oct. 26, 2001 Carla and Ron Bluntschli stayed on in Haiti after their Mennonite Central Committee term ended in 1993. After the military ousted Haiti’s democratically elected president, Jean Bertrand Aristide, in 1991, they watched in horror as thousands of people, including personal […]

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Christian School Seeks Exemption From `Unlimited Filth’ on Internet

By RNS | January 7, 2002

Citing a concern about “unlimited filth” online, a small Christian school in Knoxville, Tenn., has requested that the state legislature permit exemptions from a law requiring computer education. The state has required since 1994 that students receive a full year of computer education, including “online communication,” to obtain a high school diploma, The Commercial Appeal […]

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