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How Coronavirus Affects Families – Through a 4-Year-Old’s Eyes

By Autumn Lockett | May 22, 2020

As we weather the COVID-19 crisis, research about the impact of unprecedented seclusion upon children is bleak. You can’t help but empathize with children and families. This ‘account’ shares the perspective from a kid’s eye view.

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Attributing Authorship to Anonymous

By Keith Herron | April 2, 2002

Every time I read something wise or wonderful and see that it was written by “Anonymous,” I cringe. It’s often a cop-out for not finding and crediting the person who actually wrote the piece. The most flagrant example occurs with the “Serenity Prayer,” most often attributed to “Anonymous.” The prayer was first prayed in a […]

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Americans Question Betting on College Sports

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | April 2, 2002

Talk today may not only be centered on the new National Collegiate Athletic Association men’s basketball champions, but how much was won and lost on the game. In Nevada, the only state where it is legal to bet on professional and amateur sports events, the amount bet on the NCAA tournament are second only to […]

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The Seduction of Christian Spirituality

By Ben Leslie | April 1, 2002

The resurgence of interest in spiritual practices signifies renewal in the church. But as Augustine recognized centuries ago, there is no value so good that it escapes the possibility of its own distortion. Spiritual practices have enjoyed a heightened appreciation over the last 30 or so years. Whether in response to the Christian secularism of […]

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Forgetting Ourselves on Purpose: Vocation and the Ethics of Ambition

By Dave Russell | April 1, 2002

One would be hard-pressed to find a subject more central to the spirituality of modern life than ambition. Look at the newspaper: The front page reports that efforts to protect incumbents in redistricting will make less than 10 percent of U.S. House races competitive; the editorial page is awash with the Enron fiasco; the sports […]

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EthicsDaily.com Named ‘Website of the Week’

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | April 1, 2002

The Dallas Morning News named EthicsDaily.com “Website of the Week” for the week of March 16. “The Baptists behind this website thought it regrettable that Christians should be known more for what they oppose than for what they favor. And they started the site as one answer to the problem,” DallasNews.com wrote of EthicsDaily.com. DallasNews.com […]

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