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‘The Peanut Butter Falcon’

By Michael Parnell | September 20, 2019

‘The Peanut Butter Falcon’ is an outlier swimming in a sea of summer’s comic-book movies. It’s a fish-out-of-water tale about two young men. Neither has family, but they find family in each other.

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Jorge Zapata, director of Fellowship Southwest's Immigrant Relief Ministry, shows the situation in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico (Part 1 of 4). Learn more about FSW at FellowshipSouthwest.org.

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By Mitch Randall | September 12, 2019
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Implementing Brexit illustrates what happens when we give in to populists’ fears about the world and reject global community and cooperation. Even Jesus eschewed the isolationists of his day and embraced a global vision.

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By Kim Brewer | September 12, 2019
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Many pastors lack the training and skills needed to counsel and advocate for victims. It’s why too many pastors tell wives to stay with abusive husbands, continue in leadership when they abuse others and shame women from the pulpit.

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By EthicsDaily.com Staff | September 12, 2019
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By EthicsDaily.com Staff | September 11, 2019
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Carol Ann Vaughn Cross is an assistant professor in the Howard College of Arts and Sciences at Samford University in Alabama, studying social history at the intersection of religion, technology and culture, sex and gender.

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By Jack Moline | September 11, 2019
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Expressing an idea, concept or feeling in uncomplicated language lets something profound rise above the craft of constructing a meaningful phrase. The simplest words – as opposed to simplistic words – are often the most eloquent.

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