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Baptist Church Plays Role in Curbing Malaria in Ghana

By: Mitch Randall
Malaria was eradicated in the U.S. in the early 1950s, but the disease still kills 438,000 people globally each year. These deaths can be prevented, and one Baptist church in Oklahoma is doing its part.




Global Baptists: Barriers to Church Engagement on Environment

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Baptists leaders from Europe and the United States recently discussed barriers to church engagement on the environment in an online conversation moderated by EthicsDaily.com.




Global Religious Restrictions Rise in 2015

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Reversing a three-year trend, religious restrictions and social hostility toward religion worldwide increased slightly in 2015. Use of force by government entities against religious groups also increased in 2015.




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Remembering the Holocaust, Vowing to Not Repeat It

By: Fred Guttman
The Holocaust is remembered through international observances twice a year, including one later this month. As the years go by, we mustn't forget what enabled the Holocaust to occur began long before World War II.




3 Ways to Bridge Divides to Advance Common Good

By: Zach Dawes
We're a divided society, with each side not listening to the other. But to advance the common good, we must work with others who think differently than we do. After all, if Gimli and Legolas can do it, so can we.




Standing with Muslims is an Act of Christian Witness

By: Lee Beach
When Muslims become targets of hatred, Christians need to stand with our Islamic brothers and sisters and support initiatives that condemn these racist, hateful acts, even if the initiative is not perfect from our perspective.





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Political Grime and Punishment: How to Bring Change

By: Joe LaGuardia
We have to change the tone of our bitterly divisive and punitive politics. We can either do nothing or work constructively - together - to bring about the change and transformation we all long to see in the world.




Health Care for Poor Isn't Charity; It's Justice

By: Matthew Tuininga
While Christians differ on how government should most effectively secure justice for the poor, we owe the poor their rights - to basic sustenance and to basic health care - as a matter of justice.




Do Air Strikes in Syria Align with Just War Theory?

By: Zach Dawes
EthicsDaily.com has consistently set forth just war theory's principles when U.S. leaders either contemplated or decided to wage war. Does President Trump's air strikes in Syria meet these high moral hurdles?





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The Secret to Church Growth Isn't Really Secret

By: Paul Beasley-Murray
When it comes to church growth, Jesus is no magician. He builds his church through Christians who share their faith joyfully with others. But leaders have a key role to play in church growth.




3 Biblical Themes as Christians Celebrate Earth Day

By: Matthew W. Humphrey
Christians aren't just being good citizens when they're seeking to reduce their family footprint, they are taking seriously what it means to be an image-bearer of God.




4 Differences Mark Pre-Easter vs Post-Easter Churches

By: Bill Wilson
Pre-Easter churches are marked by discouragement, loss and despair while post-Easter churches are marked by confidence and hope. Is your church living on the right side of Easter?





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'The Case for Christ'

By: Michael Parnell
Based on the best-selling true story of Lee Strobel's journey to become a Christian, "The Case for Christ" commits a fatal flaw in its storytelling, making it a bad testimony about the nature of God. (Photo: Pure Flix)




'Ghost In The Shell'

By: Michael Parnell
A movie should tell a compelling story and ask us to think. 'Ghost in the Shell' does not do that, even though it is a visually stunning film. And that is a shame. (Photo: Paramount)




'The Shack'

By: Michael Parnell
Don't get bogged down over theology when you watch "The Shack," based on the best-seller. It's a movie that speaks to the millions who struggle with unresolved grief. (Photo: Lionsgate)




'The Founder'

By: Michael Parnell
"The Founder" reveals an unflattering picture of the American success story. While we idolize folks who make big money, we never ask the hard question of how they made those millions. (Photo: The Weinstein Company)





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