By: Colin Harris The U.S. seems to be facing a national tipping point that will reorient our thinking on the matter of leadership. While many will declare winners and losers, faith leaders must cultivate an ethics of restoration.
By: Steven Schafer Christians fall into two viewpoints - revisionists and traditionalists - in the debate regarding the inclusion of LGBTQ people and their relationships in the church. Neither side is asking the more pressing questions.
By: EthicsDaily Staff Of 114 companies, which represent 407 fashion brands, in the Baptist World Aid Australia's annual ethical fashion report, 18 brands earned an A. While the industry's ethical practices increased, much work remains.
By: Ron Rolheiser We live in a world awash in moral outrage, which is actually the antithesis of morality. Its practitioners claim to be on the side of God and truth, but they often are complicit in the vert things they demonize.