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By: Mitch Randall Baptists are making positive moves on gender equality, LGBTQ inclusion and immigration. As EthicsDaily.com launches a redesigned website with free resources, it's a great time to be part of a new era in Baptist life.
By: EthicsDaily.com Staff Baptist women have performed good and faithful ministry for centuries. Their work will now get the documentary treatment when the first installment begins on-location production this summer.
By: Bojangles Blanchard With a standing-room-only turnout, a breakfast at the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship to kick off a network for full LGBTQ inclusion and affirmation was a monumental and personal moment for many.
By: Michael Parnell In "First Reformed," Ethan Hawke portrays a pastor who has lost his way. Leading a dying church, he drinks to excess and is engulfed in a grief that shadows his every step. It's a great movie. (Photo: A24)
By: Bob Browning What if we treated immigrants seeking refuge in our country like our own family? To be candid, such an outpouring of mercy and grace would be too much Jesus for most people, including many religious folk.
By: Mitch Randall Our government, with a zero-tolerance policy that separates families as they try to cross into our country, is traumatizing children to discourage future immigrants from entering the U.S. There must be a better way.
By: Jonathan Frank Two Christian groups held meetings and gave politicians from both parties an opportunity to speak to them. It's time to ask tough questions to these elected officials, instead of giving them a stage and a photo-op.
By: EthicsDaily.com Staff Support for the death penalty increased for the first time in more than two decades, a report found. Among U.S. adults, 54 percent "strongly favor" or "favor" the death penalty, up from 49 percent two years ago.
By: Guy Sayles Throughout history, many have used Scripture to justify cruelty. Now, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, seeking to excuse the ripping apart of families at the border, has used the Bible to contradict Jesus.
By: Colin Harris We all have our own way of thinking about God and God's relationship to the world, but sometimes God calls us to break the chains to our beliefs and ideas that run counter to what God wants us to embrace.