Bipartisan Solution Needed to Keep the 'Dreamers' Alive
Bipartisan Solution Needed to Keep the 'Dreamers' Alive

By: Mitch Randall Without intervention, 800,000 immigrants are subject to possible deportation, even though a majority of U.S. citizens think they should remain. Protecting them from deportation should be a bipartisan policy.

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When We Denigrate Those Made in God's Image
When We Denigrate Those Made in God's Image

By: Richard Schweissing Regardless of his precise language, President Trump identified a huge block of people who by his standard are not welcome in this country. His words are unacceptable because we are all one in Christ.

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Profiles in Goodwill: Frank Rees
Profiles in Goodwill: Frank Rees

By: EthicsDaily Staff Frank Rees is a Baptist pastor in Melbourne, Australia, and an associate professor at the University of Divinity.

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Admitting Sexual Misconduct Doesn't Merit Church Applause
Admitting Sexual Misconduct Doesn't Merit Church Applause

By: Merianna Harrelson When a megachurch pastor admitted to sexual misconduct with a minor, the church responded with applause and a standing ovation. It further illustrates the spiritual abuse that corrupts churches and society.

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'Why I Left, Why I Stayed'
'Why I Left, Why I Stayed'

By: Daniel Schweissing An alternating collection of essays between father and son Tony and Bart Campolo, "Why I Left, Why I Stayed" is a must read for those who seek to build bridges across whatever faith divides exist in their lives.

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Websites, Facebook Pages Most Common Online Platforms for Protestant Churches
Websites, Facebook Pages Most Common Online Platforms for Protestant Churches

By: EthicsDaily Staff U.S. Protestants are increasingly using technology in their ministries, with 84 percent of pastors surveyed saying their churches maintain a website, up 6 points from 2010, a LifeWay survey says.

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Martin Luther King Jr.: Cultural Hero and Theologian
Martin Luther King Jr.: Cultural Hero and Theologian

By: Colin Harris Martin Luther King Jr. didn't fit the formal, academically oriented images of "theologian" in his day, but theology was changing from primarily reflection to engagement. And King was its standard bearer.

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'Downsizing'
'Downsizing'

By: Michael Parnell "Downsizing" is an acquired taste. Marketed as a light-hearted comedy, the film takes a darker comedic turn. While it has a powerful narrative, something seems to be missing. (Photo: Paramount Pictures)

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Conflict Drives 8 Nations' Risk for Food Insecurity
Conflict Drives 8 Nations' Risk for Food Insecurity

By: EthicsDaily Staff Ongoing or intermittent conflict has placed eight nations at heightened risk for food insecurity, ranked either as "high risk" or "on watch," a United Nations report says.

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As Dow Soars, Down-and-Out Are Left in the Dust
As Dow Soars, Down-and-Out Are Left in the Dust

By: Mitch Randall While the U.S. stock market continues to soar upward, the down-and-out struggle more than ever before. Christians must advocate for a society that does not forget the poor and does not let the wealth gap widen.

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SSI Funding Puts Disabled at Risk of Homelessness
SSI Funding Puts Disabled at Risk of Homelessness

By: EthicsDaily Staff No safe, affordable housing was available in 2016 for people in the U.S. whose sole income was Supplemental Security Income, a report says. The shortage puts many disabled people at risk of homelessness.

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Profiles in Goodwill: Holly Hollman
Profiles in Goodwill: Holly Hollman

By: EthicsDaily Staff Holly Hollman is the general counsel and associate executive director of the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty.

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Opioid Abuse Fuels Rising U.S. Drug Overdose Deaths
Opioid Abuse Fuels Rising U.S. Drug Overdose Deaths

By: EthicsDaily Staff More than 63,000 people died in the U.S. from drug overdose in 2016, the CDC reported in Dec. 2017, continuing a 17-year trend that has now reached levels more than three times those seen in 1999.

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Why Many Conservative Evangelicals Still Blame Victims
Why Many Conservative Evangelicals Still Blame Victims

By: David Swartz Blaming the victim is an unfortunate instinct among some conservative evangelicals. It's a perverse male-power culture, which blames women for acting and dressing too provocatively.

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Which Vocation Do People View as Most Ethical, Honest?
Which Vocation Do People View as Most Ethical, Honest?

By: EthicsDaily Staff One vocation has been viewed as more honest than all others every year except for one since 1999, Gallup says. If you guessed clergy, you're wrong. That vocation hit its lowest point in four decades.

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