By: EthicsDaily Staff Elmo Familiaran is the associate regional pastor and area minister for the American Baptist Churches of New Jersey. He grew up in the Philippines and calls the Baptist convention there his spiritual home.
By: Brian Kaylor As the world marks the 100th anniversary of the start of the Armenian Genocide in 1915, President Obama is expected to deliberately avoid using the word "genocide," breaking a campaign promise.
By: Gershon Nimbalker Some Christians believe their faith and politics don't mix. In a secular democracy, however, Christians should speak out to protect individuals' rights, promote the common good and pursue justice.
By: Bill Owen You may feel cramped in the window seat of a flight, but you have a great view of the world. The aisle seat offers far more comfort. Metaphorically speaking, many churches prefer the aisle seat.
Godfrey Uzoigwe, retired professor of history from Mississippi State University, reflects on the key components of a definition for genocide. Uzoigwe, a Nigerian, is the author of numerous books and articles, including the article "The Igbo Genocide, 1966-1970 and Its Aftermath." He is also an interviewee in EthicsDaily.com's forthcoming documentary, "Genocide 66," about the role U.S. Christian missionaries played in saving lives in Nigeria during tribal conflict in 1966.