By: Alan Donaldson Christians have a perspective to share on political life that is inspired by belonging to the Kingdom of God, but our social media comments fall short. They're filled with anger, defensiveness and vitriol.
By: EthicsDaily Staff John Akhile Sr., author of "Unleashed: A New Paradigm of African Trade with the World," talks about the links between poverty, trade and faith in a new two-part online video interview with EthicsDaily.com.
By: Robert Parham Muslim leaders are concerned about the possibility of one of their holy days coinciding with 9/11's 15th anniversary. Before that date, Christians can take proactive steps now to build bridges with their Muslim neighbors.
By: EthicsDaily Staff Nearly four out of five religious 'nones,' or people who are unaffiliated with an organized religion, grew up in religious homes. And almost half of them left religion due to a lack of belief, a new poll says.
Fine Akosita Ditoka of the Fiji Baptist Convention discusses how the country responded after Cyclone Winston in February 2016. She was in Vancouver, British Columbia, for the 2016 Baptist World Alliance annual gathering. Pictures are available on the EthicsDaily.com Facebook and Pinterest pages.