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Faith Leaders Urge Unity, Civility, Prayer After U.S. Election

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Following a contentious U.S. presidential election, faith leaders from several denominations, including Baptists, issued calls for unity and civility as well as prayers for elected officials.




Tuesday's Ballot Measures Brought Moral, Ethical Shifts

By: Brian Kaylor
While media focused on the presidential race, U.S. voters offered their take on legislative ideas, particularly affirming marijuana usage, enacting stricter gun laws and increasing the minimum wage.




Churches to Mark Election Day with Communion

By: Brian Kaylor
As millions of Americans cast their votes next Tuesday, hundreds of churches across the country will hold communion services to help people come together in unity as the body of Christ despite political differences.




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Awe: It Connects You With Others, Makes You Kinder

By: Chuck Summers
Awe has a way of binding people together, to make them think more about "we" than "me." Find ways to bring more awe into your life. It's good not only for your soul, but also for others.




When Condemning Hate, Avoid Broad Stereotypes

By: Zach Dawes
In the aftermath of a divisive election, goodwill people of faith must be careful in how they speak out. We shouldn't assess an entire group based on its most extreme representatives.




Saving the Planet Can Cost You a Pretty Penny

By: Chris Hall
Many folks strive to be green, but it can be an expensive choice. We are stewards of our resources and this planet. We must find the balance between watching our pennies and caring for the planet.





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How Your Church Looks Forward in Post-Election World

By: Don Gordon
By the end of the presidential election, most of the U.S. was disgusted with the divisive campaign. Some were happy; many others were not. How does the church move forward in that environment?




Neglecting Our Brothers, Sisters in Small Ways

By: Greg DeLoach
While we know we are our brother's and sister's keeper, we neglect them in so many small acts. When you believe only in looking out for yourself, you reject any notion that you are your brother's keeper.




How Will You Respond in Divisive Election's Aftermath?

By: Gary Furr
Like everyone else, Christians were divided between the two candidates in this divisive election. We can choose to vent on social media or we can focus on morally elevating acts to lift others up.





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7 Ways You Can Reach Out to Others This Thanksgiving

By: Brent McDougal
This Thanksgiving, you can share the love of God in natural ways, ones that fit your plans and hopes for the holiday. So try one of these seven ways to be on mission for God this season. Check out No. 4.




Why Your Church Needs More Than One Theologian

By: Barry Howard
Your church will be healthier if members are equipped to be good theologians. There are two categories of theology: folk and academic theology. Both are extremely important to the health of the church.




Lacking Moral Imagination to Care for Others: Part 1

By: Suzie Lahoud
While the flood of Syrian refugees has taken its toll on Lebanon, it is unjust for some to place the blame for the nation's problems on the shoulders of Syrian refugees. Christians must demask this scapegoating.





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'Doctor Strange'

By: Michael Parnell
The newest comic-book movie on the block, "Doctor Strange," introduces the topic of the spiritual into the Marvel Universe. While serviceable, it tries too hard to cram too much into the story. (Photo: Marvel)




'The Birth of a Nation'

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)




'The Magnificent Seven'

By: Michael Parnell
Is 'The Magnificent Seven' a great movie? Not by a long shot, but it's not a bad movie either. And even a bad Western is generally better than most good movies. (Photo: MGM)




'Star Wars: The Force Awakens'

By: Joe LaGuardia
Although the plot seems recycled from "A New Hope," the blockbuster "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" is a rousing tale that reminds us of our own uncertainties. (Photo: Lucasfilm Ltd.)





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