Jesus' Litmus Test: How Do You React to Opposition? By: Ron Rolheiser When we perceive a threat, we instinctually attack instead of seeking dialogue. We see it in politics, our communities and our churches. Natural instinct doesn't easily honor the gospel, but that's the test.
Profiles in Goodwill: Grace Ji-Sun Kim By: EthicsDaily Staff Grace Ji-Sun Kim, a visiting researcher at Georgetown University, is an EthicsDaily.com columnist. Her favorite film reminds us of the danger of greed, lust and colonialism.
Why Climate Change Requires an Ethics of Urgency By: Colin Harris Some issues and images, such as domestic abuse and disease, so blatantly violate our collective moral consciousness that they unite us to urgent action. Shouldn't climate change be the same?
3 Ways You Can Live by the Compass, Not the Clock By: Bill Wilson Most people – and churches – live by the clock, racing from event to event to meet expectations. Instead, we need to live by the compass, learning to anticipate and reflect, rather than react.