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It’s an often-overlooked Old Testament account. Standing up to authority in a male-dominated society, the daughters of Zelophehad challenged an unjust law, scoring a victory for a woman’s right to inherit property. […] Read More

Swedish teen activist Greta Thunberg at the UN condemned preceding generations and current leaders, challenging them to immediately address and act on climate change. She joins other teens who are speaking out on crucial issues. […] Read More

God calls us to speak out against injustice. When we do, we need to do so with humility and a heartfelt longing for people to change for the better. Otherwise, we become judgmental, ignoring the love and kindness that Jesus preaches. […] Read More

Many Christians see our postmodern culture as a threat to the church’s well-being – something to be feared and something killing Christianity. That’s far from true. If anything, postmodernism will kill cultural Christianity. […] Read More

It’s been a fast-paced 2018 for EthicsDaily, filled with extensive travel, new partnerships, launch of a new website, expanded readership and columnists and a shift to short-form documentaries. […] Read More

If the moderate-to-progressive Baptist movement is to continue, the next generation needs to be given opportunities to shine. EthicsDaily is committed to working with partners seeking to engage and empower those Baptists. […] Read More

Evangelicals are found on either side of the debates about immigration reform. However, the Word of God should inform any views used in this debate. As we look to how to treat Dreamers, we must model the same love as Christ. […] Read More

The biblical account of David and Bathsheba offers insights to the Supreme Court nomination of Brett Kavanaugh. No leader is blameless, yet hope remains that our leaders could still guide our nation. […] Read More

As Burundian children living in refugee camps in Tanzania, they hoped for a brighter future. Today, enrolled in college in the U.S., they serve other Burundians at home and abroad. […] Read More

Many women today still think being a pastor in a Baptist church is impossible. If we are to encourage both current and future women in ministry, we must affirm them out loud and in public. […] Read More