Our Hunger for Education: Who Does It Look Like?
Our Hunger for Education: Who Does It Look Like?

By: Suzii Paynter God created us with a hunger to learn. Our universal condition as learning beings makes education a central article in any declaration of rights. And Baptists have made education their mission and ministry.

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'Warlike Christians in an Age of Violence'
'Warlike Christians in an Age of Violence'

By: Nick Megoran For much of its history, Christianity has been the cause of, or at least the excuse, for many wars. It's time to return to a more authentic understanding of the gospel, which means rejecting war.

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Intense Religious Expressions Stable; Moderates Down
Intense Religious Expressions Stable; Moderates Down

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Contrary to a widely held belief that religion will become increasingly irrelevant, researchers found that the number of people with a strong religious affiliation in the U.S. has remained steady for two decades.

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Profiles in Goodwill: Marv Knox
Profiles in Goodwill: Marv Knox

By: EthicsDaily Staff Marv Knox is field coordinator for Fellowship Southwest, a network that comprises CBF of Oklahoma, CBF of Texas and CBF West.

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Why Everyone Deserves Favorable Working Conditions
Why Everyone Deserves Favorable Working Conditions

By: Chris Sanders All people deserve just and favorable working conditions, including a fair and accurate wage, the Universal Declaration says. Yet, working conditions for the poor and middle class are continually undermined.

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Keeping Your Mission Trips from Becoming Safaris - Part 2
Keeping Your Mission Trips from Becoming Safaris - Part 2

By: Brent Hamoud Humanitarian tourism, while often well-intentioned, can objectify the victims of suffering and loss. We must never casually approach another person's pain and trauma. Here are 7 things to remember.

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Reaffirming the Truth: We Are Our Brothers' Keeper
Reaffirming the Truth: We Are Our Brothers' Keeper

By: Colin Harris The principles outlined in the Universal Declaration promote the value of a collective commitment to a social and political framework that seeks the well-being of all its participants. Simply put, we are our brothers' keeper.

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Keeping Your Mission Trips from Becoming Safaris - Part 1
Keeping Your Mission Trips from Becoming Safaris - Part 1

By: Brent Hamoud As the number of refugees has swelled globally, people have flocked to see these displaced persons firsthand through mission trips and other groups. But how do you keep your mission trip from becoming a safari?

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Report: Global Malaria Cases Up for First Time Since 2010
Report: Global Malaria Cases Up for First Time Since 2010

By: EthicsDaily Staff The number of malaria cases around the world increased by 5 million in 2016, up from 211 million in 2015 and the first increase since 2010. Total deaths from malaria declined slightly by 1,000 last year.

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Baptists Championed Religious Freedom for Everyone
Baptists Championed Religious Freedom for Everyone

By: Tony Peck From their earliest days, Baptists have championed religious freedom for everyone. We should use our religious freedom as a platform to allow freedom of speech and expression from others.

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Should Jerusalem Be Recognized as Israel's Capital?
Should Jerusalem Be Recognized as Israel's Capital?

By: Fred Guttman President Trump recently recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital. While there are many ways to approach what the president did, was it the right thing to do? One rabbi says yes, and here's why.

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When You Pray With Those Who Are Suffering
When You Pray With Those Who Are Suffering

By: Molly T. Marshall When praying with people facing difficult circumstances, such as internally displaced persons, orphans or addicts, it's a daunting task to offer encouragement that does not come across as glib or perfunctory.

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Why Some 15M People Have No Nation to Call Home
Why Some 15M People Have No Nation to Call Home

By: Gordon King Stateless people live in perpetual limbo and are vulnerable to crime and exploitation. If Christians truly regard human life as sacred, we must address the 15 million people who have no nation to call their home.

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Mideast Peace Undermined by U.S. Embassy Relocation
Mideast Peace Undermined by U.S. Embassy Relocation

By: Yohanna Katanacho With the Middle East already embroiled with extreme religious ideologies, President Trump's decision to move the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem will give further ammunition for more speeches rooted in hate.

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'Lady Bird'
'Lady Bird'

By: Michael Parnell A high school senior longs to find her own way in the coming-of-age story "Lady Bird." The writer and director creates a true-to-life portrayal of the mother-daughter relationship. (Photo: A24 Films)

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