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3 Things You May Have Forgotten about Faith | Matt Sapp, Discipleship, Faith, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Easter
3 Things You May Have Forgotten about Faith
By: Matt Sapp
Many of us live as if faith was only an intellectual exercise, but faith is more than intellectual assent to a set of propositions. Here are three things we often forget about faith. Read More ...
Matt Sapp

Preference for Printed Bible Remains Strong; E-Bible Use Increases | EthicsDaily Staff, Barna Group, State of the Bible, Technology
Preference for Printed Bible Remains Strong; E-Bible Use Increases
By: EthicsDaily Staff
The use of electronic forms of the Bible has increased while a preference for print editions remained strong, an annual survey from The Barna Group says. Read More ...
EthicsDaily Staff

South Sudan Now Fighting Enemy Within | Bill Clemmer, South Sudan
South Sudan Now Fighting Enemy Within
By: Bill Clemmer
After so many years of fighting a repressive government to the north and winning independence, South Sudan has now turned against itself, with one group aligned against another. Read More ...
Bill Clemmer

Anti-Semite's Rampage Devastates Jews, Christians | Molly Marshall, Anti-Semitism, Jewish Community Center
Anti-Semite's Rampage Devastates Jews, Christians
By: Molly Marshall
People were gunned down and killed at two Jewish centers on Sunday. This tragedy requires better thinking about guns, religious liberty and humanity's propensity to scapegoat "others." Read More ...
Molly Marshall

Faith-Based Movies are Crowding the Silver Screen | Shaun King, Movies, Parenting
Faith-Based Movies are Crowding the Silver Screen
By: Shaun King
An intriguing number of faith-based films are being released in 2014. Whether you lament or celebrate these films, remember this: They can inspire our faith, but it's our responsibility to nurture it. Read More ...
Shaun King

What Institution is the Largest Provider of Mental Health? | Robert Parham, Mental Health, Prison Reform, Prison Ministry, Through the Door
What Institution is the Largest Provider of Mental Health?
By: Robert Parham
The U.S. had about 850,000 mental health inpatient beds in 1985. Today, there are only about 50,000 beds. Where are all these patients going? And what can churches do to help? Read More ...
Robert Parham

3 Ways for Your Church to Navigate the Giants | Bill Wilson, Leadership, Vision, Discernment, Courage
3 Ways for Your Church to Navigate the Giants
By: Bill Wilson
Your church may face seemingly insurmountable obstacles, like the giants in the land that sparked fear in most of the Israelites. Here are three things you need to navigate those obstacles. Read More ...
Bill Wilson

Thomas Jefferson's Bible Editing Was Obvious. Is Yours? | Mike Massar, Thomas Jefferson, Bible Editing
Thomas Jefferson's Bible Editing Was Obvious. Is Yours?
By: Mike Massar
Thomas Jefferson, our third president, must have had a lot of audacity to cut things out of the Bible. Before pointing a finger at his bravado, we might reflect on the ways we edit Scripture. Read More ...
Mike Massar

Why Your Denomination Shouldn't Ignore Rural Churches | Dennis Bickers, Rural Churches, Church Planting
Why Your Denomination Shouldn't Ignore Rural Churches
By: Dennis Bickers
Many denominations are focusing on large urban areas to reach the largest number of people. While this strategy makes sense, they can't follow it at the expense of smaller, rural churches. Read More ...
Dennis Bickers

Religious Diversity Most Prevalent in Asia-Pacific Region | EthicsDaily Staff, Religious Diversity, Pew Research Center
Religious Diversity Most Prevalent in Asia-Pacific Region
By: EthicsDaily Staff
The most religiously diverse nations are in the Asia-Pacific region, according to the Pew Research Center. The nation with the highest religious diversity rating was Singapore. Read More ...
EthicsDaily Staff

Time to Exercise a Theology of Physical Fitness | James Ellis, Physical Fitness, Sloth, Obesity, Exercise
Time to Exercise a Theology of Physical Fitness
By: James Ellis
Your body is a precious gift that you should honor God with by treating it with great care. That means getting adequate rest and sleep, committing to physical fitness and eating healthy. Read More ...
James Ellis

Sharing Your Faith is Challenging Even in Christian Nations | Chris Hall, BMS World Mission, Evangelism, Missions
Sharing Your Faith is Challenging Even in Christian Nations
By: Chris Hall
Evangelism in countries where Christians are a minority has its challenges, but navigating the varying images of Jesus can be equally difficult where Christians are a majority. Read More ...
Chris Hall

Marriages Work Best with Mutually Submissive Spouses | Michael Helms, Marriage, Relationships, Mutual Submission
Marriages Work Best with Mutually Submissive Spouses
By: Michael Helms
Some preachers proclaim that men and women are equal before God but created for different roles. That sounds good on the surface, but it's a model that's ripe for abuse. Read More ...
Michael Helms

Diverse Reaction within Faith Community to Movie "Noah" | EthicsDaily Staff, Noah
Diverse Reaction within Faith Community to Movie "Noah"
By: EthicsDaily Staff
Even while more people are reportedly reading the original story from Genesis online, the Hollywood blockbuster "Noah" has drawn a mixed response from the faith community. Read More ...
EthicsDaily Staff

How Do People of Other Faiths Perceive Jesus? | Chris Hall, BMS World Mission, Evangelism, Missions
How Do People of Other Faiths Perceive Jesus?
By: Chris Hall
The perception you hold of Jesus may be quite different to someone with whom you share your faith. That's why you should know how people of other faiths perceive Jesus. Read More ...
Chris Hall