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Iowa Evangelicals Answered Call to
Iowa Evangelicals Answered Call to "Elect a President Who Will Lead in Godly Ways"

By: Brian Kaylor
A blizzard of evangelical voters carried Texas Sen. Ted Cruz to an upset victory over business mogul Donald Trump in Iowa's Republican caucus.

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U.S. Leaders: Opioid Addiction and Abuse an Epidemic
U.S. Leaders: Opioid Addiction and Abuse an Epidemic

By: EthicsDaily Staff
In a bipartisan hearing, senators addressed the growing challenge of prescription drug abuse that is taking place across the U.S. in both rural and urban areas and becoming a leading factor in incarceration.

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Survey: Southern U.S. Most
Survey: Southern U.S. Most "Bible-Minded"

By: EthicsDaily Staff
The most "Bible-minded" cities are found in the southern United States, the Barna Research Group found. The annual survey found all of the top 10 cities were located below the Mason-Dixon Line.

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Iowa Caucuses Today; Here's How the Process Works
Iowa Caucuses Today; Here's How the Process Works

By: EthicsDaily.com Staff
How does an Iowa caucus work? What role does faith play in the caucus process? EthicsDaily.com contributing editor Brian Kaylor, who witnessed the GOP caucuses in 2008, explains in a new EthicsDaily.com video.

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ERLC's Moore Appears to Favor Presidential Hopeful Rubio
ERLC's Moore Appears to Favor Presidential Hopeful Rubio

By: Brian Kaylor
As various conservative Christians issue public endorsements of presidential candidates ahead of Monday's Iowa caucus, a key Southern Baptist leader remains uncommitted - officially.

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U.S. Officials Explain Refugee Resettlement Process, Goals, Benefits
U.S. Officials Explain Refugee Resettlement Process, Goals, Benefits

By: EthicsDaily Staff
There's a lack of knowledge about the U.S. refugee resettlement process. And that inspired a panel discussion at a national mayors' gathering.

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Candidates' Perceived Religiosity Influences U.S. Voters, With One Exception
Candidates' Perceived Religiosity Influences U.S. Voters, With One Exception

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Slightly more than half of all U.S. adults say it's important for a candidate's religious perspectives to align with their own. With one exception.

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Evangelical Leaders Call for Biblical Approach to Immigration
Evangelical Leaders Call for Biblical Approach to Immigration

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Thirty-two Iowa pastors and a handful of national leaders have informed the 2016 presidential candidates that evangelical voters "are looking for a biblical approach regarding immigrants and immigration."

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Report: Global Migrant-Refugee Crisis Exacerbated by EU Policies
Report: Global Migrant-Refugee Crisis Exacerbated by EU Policies

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Restrictive European Union policies have exacerbated the global migrant-refugee crisis, making migration an increasingly perilous and dangerous endeavor, a Doctors Without Borders report says.

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Sudanese Baptist Reflects on Nation's History, Baptist Work and Witness
Sudanese Baptist Reflects on Nation's History, Baptist Work and Witness

By: EthicsDaily Staff
The end of Sudan's two-decade civil war in 2005 brought hope, but not stability or lasting peace. Baptists in that nation are doing their part to help.

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Report: 99.1 Percent of Police Officers Not Accused of Misconduct
Report: 99.1 Percent of Police Officers Not Accused of Misconduct

By: EthicsDaily Staff
While a lot of press focused on police officer misconduct in 2015, more than 99 percent are not accused of any misconduct. During that same year, 124 officers were killed in the line of duty.

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Baptists Weigh High Court's Pending Immigration Case
Baptists Weigh High Court's Pending Immigration Case

By: Brian Kaylor
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear a lawsuit challenging an executive action on immigration taken by President Obama. The decision could impact up to 4 million undocumented immigrants.

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Presidential Hopefuls Send Videos on Poverty To Christian Leaders
Presidential Hopefuls Send Videos on Poverty To Christian Leaders

By: EthicsDaily Staff
A Christian organization asked the presidential candidates to provide short videos on their approach to end poverty and hunger. Eleven candidates responded; three did not.

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Gallup Poll: U.S. Majority Dissatisfied with Gun Laws, Crime Policies
Gallup Poll: U.S. Majority Dissatisfied with Gun Laws, Crime Policies

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Sixty-two percent of U.S. citizens expressed dissatisfaction with the nation's current gun laws, a poll found. It's the highest level of discontent in the poll's history.

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Obama Dings Hateful Political Rhetoric, Urges Climate Action
Obama Dings Hateful Political Rhetoric, Urges Climate Action

By: Brian Kaylor
Standing before a joint session of Congress, President Barack Obama urged Americans in his State of the Union address to ignore political voices telling people "to fear the future."

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Pope: Prioritize Human Dignity, Rights, Solidarity in Migration Policies
Pope: Prioritize Human Dignity, Rights, Solidarity in Migration Policies

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Pope Francis addressed the global migrant-refugee crisis in a speech on Monday, urging a focus on human rights, global solidarity and compassion.

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Free EthicsDaily.com Interfaith Resource Sheet for Congregations
Free EthicsDaily.com Interfaith Resource Sheet for Congregations

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Amid divisive, anti-Muslim rhetoric, Baptist leaders have urged interfaith engagement with Muslim neighbors. To aid churches in those initiatives, EthicsDaily.com offers a free downloadable resource.

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SBC Leaders Lean Toward Cruz in Presidential Campaign
SBC Leaders Lean Toward Cruz in Presidential Campaign

By: Brian Kaylor
With the first primary votes just three weeks away, many Southern Baptist leaders appear to lean toward backing Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas in the 2016 presidential campaign.

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Strong U.S. Majority Still Self-Identify as Christian
Strong U.S. Majority Still Self-Identify as Christian

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Even as self-identifying Christians have gradually declined over time from more than 95 percent in the 1950s, U.S. citizens self-identifying as Christian still remained high in 2015 at 75.2 percent of the population.

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Global Arms Sales Marched Ahead in 2014
Global Arms Sales Marched Ahead in 2014

By: EthicsDaily Staff
The United States was the largest provider of weapons with $36 billion in arms sales in 2014, surpassing Russia, the second-place arms provider, by nearly four times.

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EthicsDaily.com: 2015 in Review
EthicsDaily.com: 2015 in Review

By: EthicsDaily Staff
What did EthicsDaily.com accomplish in 2015? To start with, more than 500 columns and around 100 news articles were published, written by more than 150 unique contributors from 23 U.S. states and nine countries.

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European Baptists' Support Jordan's Peace Efforts
European Baptists' Support Jordan's Peace Efforts

By: EBF News
In a letter to Jordan's King Abdullah II, European Baptist Federation's Tony Peck praised the Jordanian government and royal family for promoting religious tolerance in the Middle East.

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Churches Bear Gifts, Address Multiple Needs During Christmas
Churches Bear Gifts, Address Multiple Needs During Christmas

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Churches are a pipeline for gift-giving throughout the year. Here are more reports on what local churches are doing to support the common good in their communities during this Christmas season.

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Baptist Pastors Stand in Solidarity With Muslims at Interfaith Events
Baptist Pastors Stand in Solidarity With Muslims at Interfaith Events

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Baptist ministers across the U.S. have signed interfaith statements expressing solidarity with their Muslim neighbors and condemning anti-Islamic rhetoric.

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Churches Bear Gifts, Address Multiple Needs During Christmas
Churches Bear Gifts, Address Multiple Needs During Christmas

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Churches are gift-giving institutions during the Christmas season. Here are how a few churches are enhancing their communities and advancing the common good this holiday season.

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