Skip to site content

The Secret’s Out #2: Churches Mum About LGBTQ Affirmation

By Merianna Harrelson | July 19, 2019

Even churches on the progressive end of the Baptist spectrum, who are open to the LGBTQ community being members, still prefer that their welcoming stance and support of same-sex marriage aren’t too widely broadcast.

Read More

Featured Video

Dimitrina (Didi) Oprenova, minister of Sofia Baptist Church in Bulgaria and vice president of the Baptist World Alliance, is interviewed by EthicsDaily.com executive director Mitch Randall about living out Galatians 3:28.

Featured Resource

Questions Jesus Asked

Recent Articles

Nearly Half of US Adults Doubt Clergy Have Positive Impact

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | July 10, 2019
Priest looking to his right

U.S. adults expressed mixed views about clergy, with slightly more than half affirming clergy have a positive impact on society, a study found. Among the religiously affiliated, 62% say clergy have a positive influence.

Read More

Baptist Conference Celebrates Role of Women in Ministry

By Tony Cartledge | July 9, 2019
Panel of seven women including Cristina Arcidiacono in the center

With plenary sessions examining and celebrating the role of women in ministry, the Baptist International Conference on Theological Education held earlier this month drew some 200 participants.

Read More

U.S. Adults Have Little Confidence in Organized Religion

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | July 9, 2019
Hand making thumbs-down gesture

Continuing a multiyear decline, only 36% of U.S. adults expressed “a great deal” or “quite a lot” of confidence in organized religion, Gallup found. It’s an all-time low in the poll’s history.

Read More

Imagine the Difference if Churches Didn’t Mirror Our Angry Culture

By David Fitch | July 8, 2019
Astronaut on surface of the moon

We’re living in angry times, and churches show little difference. Imagine the amazing witness churches would have today if they were known by the way they reconcile with, love and restore one another. Houston, we have a problem.

Read More