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.
By: Lynne Hybels Three-fourths of the civilian casualties of war are women and children. When you open your mind and heart to God and the world, you realize that you are your sister's keeper. And they are all your sisters.
By: EthicsDaily Staff Calling attention to widespread poverty facing middle and rural America, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops issued a Labor Day letter focused on the challenges facing U.S. workers and families.
By: Michael Parnell With payday lenders putting people into indentured servanthood, "Hell or High Water" follows two brothers doing wrong things for what seems to be the right reason. (Photo: CBS Films)
By: Kathleen Hardage It's back-to-school time. As teachers return to their classrooms, here are 5 ways that you as a Christian parent or your church can build a positive relationship with teachers. They need and deserve our support.
By: Phil Jump Olympic athletes have been supported by policymakers and funding bodies in their pursuit of success. It begs the question: What injustices might we eradicate if we approached them with the same collective determination?
By: Cliff Vaughn The genocide in Nigeria in 1966 escaped the radar of most North Americans. While few missionaries talked about what happened 50 years ago, many other folks seemingly didn't want to hear about it. Why?
By: Colin Harris The intensity of our current political climate allows truthful and more complete information to be replaced by propaganda. Misinformation becomes the wind that blows the weather vane of ethics in all directions.
By: EthicsDaily Staff The quality of sermons was a factor in choosing a local church for 83 percent of U.S. adults, a survey revealed. Other leading influences were feeling welcomed by clergy and lay leadership and the style of worship service.
By: EthicsDaily Staff Faith groups are providing immediate aid to Louisiana flood victims while emphasizing the region's long-term recovery. The flood killed 13, damaged 61,000 homes and caused more than 100,000 to seek federal relief.
By: Bill Shiell It's back-to-school time. Renewed churches are engaged in local schools. By adopting a public school, a church can address racism, serve the poor and share the gospel through word and deed.
By: EthicsDaily Staff The premiere screening of the new EthicsDaily.com documentary, "The Disturbances," will be held at Christ Church Nashville on Sept. 8, followed by similar showings in San Antonio.
By: Zach Dawes U.S. views of education seems to be closely tied to their political affiliation, a Gallup survey suggests. Yet two-thirds of parents of K-12 students expressed satisfaction with their oldest child's education.
By: Paul Beasley-Murray The word 'disciple' occurs frequently in the Gospel and Acts, but not in the letters of Peter, Paul, James or John. A disciple represents an individual, but the plural of disciple is church.