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More U.S. Jail Inmates Require Mental Illness Treatment

By: EthicsDaily Staff
The number of persons with a severe mental illness in U.S. jails is growing, requiring treatment services most jails are unprepared to offer, a study says. One-fifth of U.S. jail inmates have a severe mental illness.




Report: 41% of U.S. Children Live in Low-Income Homes

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Forty-one percent of U.S. children lived in low-income households in 2016, new research found. Children represent nearly one fourth of the population but comprise nearly a third of all people living in poverty.




South Sudan May Spur Africa's Largest Refugee Crisis

By: EthicsDaily Staff
South Sudan's ongoing violence is projected to result in "Africa's largest refugee crisis since the mid-1990s," U.N. officials say, with refugee numbers increasing up to 3 million if war doesn't cease.




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5 Caveats While Watching Super Bowl Spectacle

By: Molly T. Marshall
I am not a great football fan, yet I actually watched the entire Super Bowl LII recently and found the well-played game between the Eagles and the Patriots riveting - with some caveats.




8 Dimensions of Health to Achieve a Life of Well-Being

By: Gordon King
We limit our understanding of health to the biomedical dimension, but to achieve a full and meaningful life relies on more than physical vigor. Here are eight dimensions of health that lead to well-being.




Meme Streak: When Christians Spread Internet Hate

By: Christina Embree
Many Christians share internet memes designed to shame, judge or correct others. It's easy to spread these capsules of hate, but we need to shake ourselves out of the stupor of the habit of hate.





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What 'Boxtrolls' Teaches Us About Immigration Debate

By: João Chaves
They live in the shadows. Politicians create false narratives about them to stoke fear in the public. Who could have imagined an animated film had so much in common with the immigration debate?




When We Denigrate Those Made in God's Image

By: Richard Schweissing
Regardless of his precise language, President Trump identified a huge block of people who by his standard are not welcome in this country. His words are unacceptable because we are all one in Christ.




Lessons from Thomas Paine: The Destruction of Christianity

By: Lee Camp
Thomas Paine used the Bible for his critique of the political powers of his day but had no further use for it. Today, self-professed Christians use the Bible for their heedless pursuit of power.





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When Will U.S. Christianity Heed Its Wakeup Call?

By: Jerry A. Hudson
Few Christians want to follow Jesus' counterintuitive teachings on living spiritually in the world. With U.S. Christianity so entrenched in politics over the last three decades, it's time for a wakeup call.




The Crucial Step Often Missing from True Compromise

By: Reggie Warren
Compromise is difficult. Many folks in political and religious circles often leave out a basic step in compromise. Progress in debate is impossible until all parties at least acknowledge that they could be wrong.




What Astronauts Can Teach All of Us About Big Picture

By: Michael Ruffin
Astronauts have a unique perspective. They've seen the Earth from space, where all the things that divide us aren't visible. If only the rest of us could see the world and its people as one.





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'Darkest Hour'

By: Michael Parnell
With a riveting turn by Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill, best-picture nominee "Darkest Hour" is an exceptional film that provides insight into England's decision to wage war with Hitler's Germany. (Photo: Focus Features)




'The Shape of Water'

By: Michael Parnell
Best-picture nominee "The Shape of Water" is a multifaceted tale that reminds us that we often decide who is worthy of dignity and compassion based on who looks most like us. (Photo: Fox Searchlight)




'Downsizing'

By: Michael Parnell
"Downsizing" is an acquired taste. Marketed as a light-hearted comedy, the film takes a darker comedic turn. While it has a powerful narrative, something seems to be missing. (Photo: Paramount Pictures)




'Lady Bird'

By: Michael Parnell
A high school senior longs to find her own way in the coming-of-age story "Lady Bird." The writer and director creates a true-to-life portrayal of the mother-daughter relationship. (Photo: A24 Films)





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