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Institutions Consider Plagiarism Intellectual Theft
Institutions Consider Plagiarism Intellectual Theft
As a committee is expected to release the findings of its plagiarism investigation of Southern Baptists' lead ethicist on Friday, academic leaders say they take such issues seriously.
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Did Land Write His Apology for Racially Charged Remarks?
Did Land Write His Apology for Racially Charged Remarks?
Did Southern Baptist Convention agency head Richard Land write the apology statement for racially charged remarks issued under his name, or was it written by African-American Baptist clergy?
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Do Talk-Radio Standards Justify Land's Plagiarism?
Do Talk-Radio Standards Justify Land's Plagiarism?
A Southern Baptist committee investigating allegations of plagiarism against the denomination's ethics leader suggests journalism and talk radio have different standards. Not everyone agrees.
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SBC Agency to Investigate Land's Plagiarism
SBC Agency to Investigate Land's Plagiarism
The Southern Baptist agency headed by Richard Land, the SBC's top ethicist, will investigate plagiarism charges against him but suggested that radio shows have different standards.
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600+ Attend Conference to Counter Christian Zionism
600+ Attend Conference to Counter Christian Zionism
Seeking to counter the militaristic approach of Christian Zionism, a conference to raise awareness about injustices to Palestinian people drew more than 600 participants.
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Governors Urged to Reject For-Profit's Prison Plan
Governors Urged to Reject For-Profit's Prison Plan
Dozens of nonprofits and faith-based groups urged governors to reject a proposal from a for-profit corporation to buy and manage prisons because of its troubling stipulations.
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Documents Reveal Plan to Cast Doubt on Climate Change
Documents Reveal Plan to Cast Doubt on Climate Change
Documents from a conservative lobbying group that's skeptical of climate change science included a plan to develop school curriculum to cast doubt on climate change.
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Churches Warned to Back Off of Payday Lenders
Churches Warned to Back Off of Payday Lenders

Several Missouri churches received a letter from a law firm warning them their tax-exempt status will be in jeopardy if they assist a planned ballot initiative to restrict payday lenders.

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Payday Lenders Enslave Poor in Debt Cycle
Payday Lenders Enslave Poor in Debt Cycle

Payday lenders are often found in poor neighborhoods where they can prey upon those with no or bad credit. Regulating these businesses is an uphill battle for many states.

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States Look to Expand Gambling for Revenue
States Look to Expand Gambling for Revenue
At least nine states may expand or introduce gambling. With U.S. Sen. Harry Reid noting "it's very important that we have a national law," it may not be long before federal legislation is introduced for online wagering.
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Faith Leaders Criticize Decision to Legalize Expansion of Online Gambling
Faith Leaders Criticize Decision to Legalize Expansion of Online Gambling
A Justice Department opinion legalized some forms of online gambling. The decision paves the way for massive growth in online and state-sanctioned gambling, an Illinois pastor says.
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Pastor: God Awakened Church – To Plant Trees
Pastor: God Awakened Church – To Plant Trees
Deforestation has a big environmental and economic impact. Doing its part to sow seeds of justice and hope, one church has planted nearly 100,000 trees in two years.
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Panel: Stand Up to Unjust Immigration Laws
Panel: Stand Up to Unjust Immigration Laws
As part of New Baptist Covenant II, EthicsDaily.com's documentary, "Gospel Without Borders," was featured at one of the satellite sites followed by an interfaith panel discussion.
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Panel: Stand Up to Unjust Immigration Laws
Panel: Stand Up to Unjust Immigration Laws
As part of New Baptist Covenant II, EthicsDaily.com's documentary, "Gospel Without Borders," was featured at one of the satellite sites followed by an interfaith panel discussion.
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"Boomtown"
Television is a minimalizing medium. Thirty- or 60-minute shows don't allow for much subtlety, so producers reduce characters to caricatures and simplify complex issues to make them fit into the allotted time. Those are the producers who try; most have settled for "reality" television, abandoning the notion of well-produced, scripted dramas.
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