Profiles in Goodwill: Rick Love By: EthicsDaily Staff Rick Love, president of Peace Catalyst International and associate director of the World Evangelical Alliance peace and reconciliation initiative, is a featured columnist for EthicsDaily.com.
The Need for a Seat at the Table in Ferguson By: Terrell Carter To quell the civil unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, the perceived oppression must be acknowledged by all parties. Leaders must be transparent and offer a seat at the decision-making table to community members.
How Ethical Are Your Prayers? Part 2 By: Rod Benson Ethical prayer is not about good technique but integrity and persistence. It is dangerous, exhilarating, countercultural and subversive. It is not preparation for an ethical life but ethics in action.
Observe Human Rights Day in December; "It Is Our Baby" By: Robert Parham Baptists must reclaim our heritage as human rights advocates. We can help church members know that history by observing Human Rights Day in December and know how human rights is Jesus' agenda. Robert Parham
Robert Parham, executive editor of EthicsDaily.com in Nashviille, Tenn., talks with Sultan Swalehe Zomboko, imam of a village near Dar Es Salaam in Tanzania. Translating is Gervaz Lushajy of the Feza School for Boys. Parham was part of a group of Baptists and Muslims distributing mosquito-repellent nets to Tanzanians. Footage by Bruce Prescott. For more on the trip, read Parham's editorial: ethicsdaily.com/muslims-and-baptists-join-hands-in-mosquito-net-distribution-in-tanzania-cms-17123.