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Southern Baptists Adopt Controversial Resolution on Israel
Southern Baptists Adopt Controversial Resolution on Israel

By: Brian Kaylor
Southern Baptists at their annual meeting adopted a pro-Israel resolution deemed by some Arab Baptist leaders as unbiblical and harmful to their peacemaking efforts.

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U.S. Confidence in Organized Religion Declines Again: Gallup
U.S. Confidence in Organized Religion Declines Again: Gallup

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Confidence in organized religion, which saw a record low of 42 percent last year, declined for the fourth consecutive year to reach a new low of 41 percent, Gallup says. An 11-percent drop since 2006.

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Europe's Refugees: Crisis or Blessing?
Europe's Refugees: Crisis or Blessing?

By: Tony Peck
At a European Baptist Federation conference, Baptists were challenged to change their language about the arrival of thousands of refugees to Europe, viewing it not as a crisis but a blessing.

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Facebook Page Published for
Facebook Page Published for "The Disturbances"

By: EthicsDaily Staff
'The Disturbances,' a feature-length film from EthicsDaily.com, is based on video interviews with 25 eyewitnesses sharing how missionaries saved lives in Nigeria in 1966. Learn more via its Facebook page.

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Report: Nearly 46 Million Enslaved Worldwide
Report: Nearly 46 Million Enslaved Worldwide

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Slavery is "more rampant than any time in history" with 45.8 million slaves worldwide, according to the 2016 Global Slavery Index published by the Walk Free Foundation.

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Broad Concern About U.S. Moral Condition
Broad Concern About U.S. Moral Condition

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Four out of five of all U.S. adults are concerned about the nation's moral condition, a Barna Group survey found. However, there was widespread disagreement about the basis of morality.

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Prison Ministry Deemed Important, But Not Prioritized in Many Churches
Prison Ministry Deemed Important, But Not Prioritized in Many Churches

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Few U.S. Protestant churches make prison ministry a priority, even though most churches support it, LifeWay Research found.

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Financial Crisis Continues for Christian Schools in Israel
Financial Crisis Continues for Christian Schools in Israel

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Christian schools in Israel "are at risk of collapsing financially." After the schools ended a strike last September, the government agreed to pay $12.7 million to the schools but has not done so yet.

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Crossover Between Foster Care and Juvenile Justice a Pressing Issue
Crossover Between Foster Care and Juvenile Justice a Pressing Issue

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Youths who are abused or neglected and engage in delinquent activities pose unique challenges to foster care and juvenile justice systems.

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Auto Title Loans Often Result in Debt Cycles, Seized Vehicles
Auto Title Loans Often Result in Debt Cycles, Seized Vehicles

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Auto title loan borrowers often find themselves in debt cycles, and many have their vehicles seized due to their inability to repay the loan, says a Consumer Financial Protection Bureau report.

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Cuban Baptists Find Joy, Growth Amid Difficulties
Cuban Baptists Find Joy, Growth Amid Difficulties

By: Brian Kaylor
Despite the technological and financial limitations that Cubans have faced over the last 50 years, Baptist leaders there report dramatic growth among churches over the last two decades.

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European Baptists Respond to Refugee Crisis
European Baptists Respond to Refugee Crisis

By: Paul Hobson
As part of the Baptist Union of Great Britain's general assembly, British Baptists learned how they and other Baptists from Lebanon and Croatia are meeting the needs of refugees.

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Missouri Baptist Church to Host 'Provocative Conversations'
Missouri Baptist Church to Host 'Provocative Conversations'

By: EthicsDaily Staff
A Baptist church in Kansas City, Missouri, will hold a series of 'provocative conversations' - human trafficking, racism, foster care and the future of education - and how they affect their community.

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Religious Attendance Gender Gap Narrows
Religious Attendance Gender Gap Narrows

By: EthicsDaily Staff
U.S. women have, for decades, been more likely to attend religious services each week than men. That gap, however, has narrowed in recent years, with only a 6 percent difference.

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Two Baptist Women to Be Honored during CBF Assembly
Two Baptist Women to Be Honored during CBF Assembly

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Recognitions of two Baptist women, Molly T. Marshall and Barbara "Babs" Baugh, will bookend the Friday event lineup at the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship's general assembly in June.

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Climate Change Impact on Water Cycles Results in Global Challenges
Climate Change Impact on Water Cycles Results in Global Challenges

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Climate change's impact on water cycle carries negative consequences, such as poor harvests that lead to food shortages.

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Church Planters Growing But Face Significant Financial Challenges
Church Planters Growing But Face Significant Financial Challenges

By: EthicsDaily Staff
While U.S. church plants, particularly in urban areas, have increased significantly in the last 20 years, nearly a third (32 percent) of church planters report financial challenges, a Barna study says.

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Baptist World Aid Australia Grades Fashion Companies' Ethics
Baptist World Aid Australia Grades Fashion Companies' Ethics

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Fashion companies have improved oversight of fabric producers but remain largely ignorant of raw materials sources and labor conditions, a Baptist World Aid Australia report says.

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Millions Worldwide Suffer from Mental, Neurological, Substance Abuse Without Support
Millions Worldwide Suffer from Mental, Neurological, Substance Abuse Without Support

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Mental, neurological and substance use disorders account for 10 percent of global diseases, yet many are without support.

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Consumer Finance Bureau Notes Online Payday Loans' Hidden Costs
Consumer Finance Bureau Notes Online Payday Loans' Hidden Costs

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Bank penalty fees and account closures are a significant and hidden cost of online payday loans, a Consumer Financial Protection Bureau report says.

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Half Million in U.S. Remain Homeless, Report Says
Half Million in U.S. Remain Homeless, Report Says

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Nearly 565,000 people were among the U.S. homeless identified during a one-night count in January 2015, says the National Alliance to End Homelessness' 2016 State of Homelessness report.

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Highly Religious Americans: Happier, More Family Oriented, Regularly Volunteer
Highly Religious Americans: Happier, More Family Oriented, Regularly Volunteer

By: EthicsDaily Staff
U.S. citizens who are "highly religious" tend to be happier, to spend time with extended family and to volunteer, a study discovered.

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Civil Society Vital to Curb Human Rights Abuses, Fight Terrorism
Civil Society Vital to Curb Human Rights Abuses, Fight Terrorism

By: EthicsDaily Staff
The strength of civil society has increased globally, giving "ordinary citizens more power and responsibility" and threatening "governments that wish to monopolize power and evade responsibility," a government report says.

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Conflict, Lack of Rain Increase Food Insecurity in South Sudan
Conflict, Lack of Rain Increase Food Insecurity in South Sudan

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Nearly half the people of South Sudan (49 percent) are food insecure, meaning they are unsure where their next meals will come from. The record level of food insecurity is an 11 percent increase from 2014.

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Trump, Cruz Tied Among Evangelical Voters
Trump, Cruz Tied Among Evangelical Voters

By: Brian Kaylor
The media suggest GOP frontrunner Donald Trump is big with evangelicals. Voting data reveals Trump is merely tied with Texas Sen. Ted Cruz within the critical Republican voting bloc.

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