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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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Avoid Hurrying through Holy Week

By Barry Howard | March 22, 2002

A historical narrative of the week we now observe as Holy Week is found in John 12-20. During Holy Week, Christians of different denominations around the world will unite to reflect on the events which led to the death, burial and resurrection of Christ. The observance of Holy Week seems to have been a development […]

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The Ethics of Health-care Organization Ownership

By Steve Ivy | March 22, 2002

Who should own health-care systems? Should market forces now control resources that have in most cultures belonged to the social covenant? What are the ethics of health-care ownership at both motivational and behavioral levels? Health-care organizations (HCOs) in the United States are owned in one of three ways: Not-for-profit (NFP) owned by a community, service […]

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NBC Ends Push to Include Liquor Ads

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | March 22, 2002

Three months after NBC decided to break away from a 54-year old voluntary ban on airing hard-liquor ads on network television, it has bowed to pressure from advocacy groups and lawmakers to halt the ads, Reuters reported on Thursday. Groups including the American Medical Association and Mothers Against Drunk Driving criticized NBC when it decided […]

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Luhrmann’s Vision Deserves Better

By Cliff Vaughn | March 22, 2002

Sunday night’s Oscar telecast (ABC, 8:00 p.m. EST) will showcase some of the best filmmakers in the world. One director, however, isn’t even nominated in the best director category, despite the fact that his film amassed eight Academy Award nominations altogether. Baz Luhrmann, the 39-year-old writer-producer-director from Australia, failed to garner a nomination for his […]

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Simpsons Display Sincere Religious Beliefs: An Interview with Mark Pinsky

By Jodi Mathews | March 21, 2002

Not until his children took an interest in “The Simpsons” did Mark Pinsky begin to give this dysfunctional cartoon family a closer look. He was surprised at what he found. He was surprised at what he found. “All I knew about the series was that it was well-written, but smart-alecky,” Pinsky, religion writer for the […]

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