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What Can Your Church Do to Help Your Local Hospital?

By Monty Self | April 3, 2020

As religious and civic leaders, we need to help our local hospitals and health care professionals care for the community during the COVID-19 pandemic. What you do may seem small to you, but it will be significant.

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Jihad vs. McWorld

By Robert Parham | October 16, 2001

Editor’s Note: This article first appeared in the May/June 1996 issue of Ethics Report. We offer it today as another way to think about the events unfolding from Sept. 11. Benjamin Barber’s book, Jihad vs. McWorld: How Globalism and Tribalism are Reshaping the World, is available in bookstores. Our world is breaking into warring tribes […]

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Ancient Flood Makes Headlines, Raises Questions

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | October 16, 2001

Recent archaeological evidence of an ancient catastrophic flood in the Black Sea region has sparked headlines about the truth of the Genesis account of Noah. “Did Noah’s Flood Really Happen?” read an Oct. 16 Beliefnet.com headline. And a New York Times headline read, “Scholars Find Further Signs of Big Flood Evoking Noah.” “Archeologists have found […]

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Getting Real Religion

By Barry Howard | October 16, 2001

When I was a child we would sing, “I’ve got that old time religion in my heart, way down inside.” What is real religion? And how do you get it “way down inside”? Religion is not just about attending church, collecting the offering, saying prayers or reading the Bible. Of course, these are important and […]

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The Show Doesn’t Have to Go On

By Cliff Vaughn | October 9, 2001

Hollywood canceled Sunday night’s Emmy awards for the second time in one month. And the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS), which gives the awards, and CBS, the Emmy telecast’s network, deserve credit. Organizers postponed the original show slated for Sept. 16 after the Sept. 11 attacks on New York and Washington. And they […]

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What is Islam?

By Gary Leazer | October 9, 2001

Understanding people of all faiths is a valuable step in not only becoming a better citizen of the world, but in becoming a more understanding Christian as well. Islam is more than the faith of people on the other side of the globe. It is a growing part of America’s religious landscape. So what is […]

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