By: Zach Dawes A resolution calling social justice "evil" could be up for a vote when Southern Baptists meet for their annual meeting in June. The disheartening move brings to mind the fear-based rhetoric of the "fundamentalist takeover."
By: Merriana Harrelson In passages from two New Testament epistles, women were rebuked to be silent in church. For 2,000 years, we've lived in the shadow of those women as these passages have been used to deliver soul-crushing blows.
By: EthicsDaily.com Staff The number of U.S. Christians who feel they have a personal responsibility to share their faith has declined over the past 25 years, a new report says, from 89 percent in 1993 to 64 percent today.
By: Starlette Thomas African-Americans have historically been targeted and told they don't belong. Childish Gambino's new video invites us to entertain the naturalization of violence in African-American communities. Sadly, this is America.
By: Mitch Randall As I watch the unrest unfold in Israel, I cannot help but weep as Jesus wept. Watching the powerful attempt to build earthy kingdoms while children die in the streets makes my soul hurt.