By: Michael Parnell "The Birth of a Nation" may have its flaws, but it tells an important story about a preacher to the slave community who can no longer preach submission and calls his fellow slaves to rise up. (Photo: Fox Searchlight)
By: Ashley al-Saliby We must reject the superiority and hatred in all of us because it leads to horrors that we couldn't imagine our friends and neighbors capable of carrying out. With love, we must stand up for our Muslim neighbors.
By: Ashley al-Saliby Three men were arrested for planning to bomb a Muslim community in Kansas. Not too far back in our history, another group successfully carried out a similar atrocity. Where does such murderous hatred begin?
By: Terrell Carter Many churches want to increase minority participation, but achieving diversity must be a conscious choice to invite and welcome people who are not like the vast majority in the congregation.
By: EthicsDaily Staff The military and scientists both top the list in a survey about U.S. public trust, while religious leaders lag behind. Few respondents expressed high trust for news media, business leaders and elected officials.
By: EthicsDaily Staff The companion book to the feature-length documentary film, "The Disturbances," is now available as an e-book, featuring stories and more details that could not be included in the film due to time constraints.
By: David Hull Philanthropy is motivated by a mutual love of humanity. Stewardship is based on an allegiance to God who has entrusted us to manage all that belongs to God. Too often, we confuse the two.
By: EthicsDaily Staff A total of 767 million people worldwide in extreme poverty, defined as a household living on less than $1.90 per day per person. And 385 million of them, half of them, are 17 years old or younger.
By: David Swartz Subscribing to a political party traps you in a closed system. Christian activists on both sides are complicit in demonizing the enemy, which undermines the message of the very gospel they desire to advance.
By: Martin Accad Election Day is fast approaching. To encourage voters to be less fear-driven and rational and socially compassionate, here are four mistakes we often make in our thinking about Islam and Muslims.
By: EthicsDaily Staff Decades of progress in reducing extreme global poverty have been hindered by a continued high rate of income inequality, a report found, with steps to promote shared prosperity seeing mixed results.
By: Blake McKinney While our Christian convictions should shape the way we vote, we sometimes get our patriotism and our faith wrapped a little too tightly together. We mistakenly view Americans as God's chosen people.