By: Michael Parnell An early 20th-century explorer faces racism back home when he shares his discovery of a lost South American city built by people of color that rivaled any comparable city built by Europeans. (Photo: Bleecker Street)
By: Karen Bullock As we Americans learn of the volatile events of our world, we know that if there was ever a time for us as a nation to bow the heart and knees before God in prayer, it is now. Here are four ways to do that.
By: Gary Furr When people look at today's church, they often see legalism and a bland pablum of politics and culture religion. They need to see the gracious, welcoming and boundary-breaching good news of Jesus.
By: EthicsDaily Staff Christians are "the most widely targeted religious community" and commonly respond in one of three ways: survival, association or confrontation, a report from Under Caesar's Sword says.