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Saturday, December 20, 2014
Skype Interview: Grace Ji-Sun Kim on Climate Change and Human Rights
Skype Interview: Grace Ji-Sun Kim on Climate Change and Human Rights
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Those who suffer most from climate change are the vulnerable, the poor and poorer nations, says Grace Ji-Sun Kim in a new EthicsDaily.com Skype interview.
Profiles in Goodwill: Rob Hewell
Profiles in Goodwill: Rob Hewell
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Rob Hewell, a professor at Ouachita Baptist University, writes columns featured on EthicsDaily.com. He is also a resident fellow and professor of worship at B.H. Carroll Theological Institute.
Advent: Perfect Time for Churches to Pursue Vision
Advent: Perfect Time for Churches to Pursue Vision
By: Bill Wilson
Healthy churches start with a powerful, shared vision that captures God's dream for them and then work tirelessly to embrace it across every aspect of congregational life.
The Common Good: Allowing All to Flourish and Be Fulfilled
The Common Good: Allowing All to Flourish and Be Fulfilled
By: Rod Benson
The principle of the common good is prominent in Catholic social teaching but not often articulated in Baptist ethical thought and praxis. It seeks to protect a community against the excesses of despotism and individualism.
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Global Religious Leaders Pledge to Eradicate Modern Slavery
By: Robert Parham
Leaders of the world's major religions gathered recently at the Vatican to show their united commitment to ending "modern slavery." It's an issue around which many rank-and-file churches can collaborate.



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Local footage of the Ebola crisis in Liberia. Video of food distribution at the Comfort K. Toe Orphanage Home in Virginia, Liberia, by Faliku S. Dukuly. Also visit EthicsDaily.com for news stories about Liberia and Ebola, and see Pinterest.com/EthicsDaily for more photos.
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