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Report: Blasphemy Laws Remain 'Astonishingly Widespread'

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Blasphemy laws remain 'astonishingly widespread,' according to a new U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom report. Seventy-one nations retain such laws, with 59 allowing imprisonment upon conviction.




PhD Candidate Examines Intersection of Sports, Religion

By: EthicsDaily Staff
If you think of sports and religion, Tim Tebow probably comes to mind first. But there's more to it than that, says a doctoral candidate focusing on the intersection of sports and religion in an EthicsDaily.com video interview.




Internally Displaced Persons 'Left Behind' by Aid Efforts

By: EthicsDaily Staff
While humanitarian aid is vital to the 40 million internally displaced persons residing in 50 nations, it must be paired with initiatives to help people restart their lives in a new community or to return home and rebuild.




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How Your Church May Be Like Comic-Con

By: Michael Parnell
It takes a lot of volunteers to run a massive event like Comic-Con. Often, those volunteers are placed wherever a warm body is needed with no thought to their skills or gifts. Kind of like some churches.




The Danger of Living Near the Edge of Integrity

By: Colin Harris
We all affirm the importance of living with integrity, yet many choose to live as close to its edge as possible. Instead of teetering on integrity's edge, we should practice a lifestyle of centered integrity.




Kenya's Motto: Good Locally, Not So Much Nationally

By: Leroy Seat
The Kenyan term, Harambee, is the east African nation's motto and means everyone pulling together. While local goals are good, some social and educational needs are best served on a national level.





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How WWII Could Have Ended Without Atomic Bombs

By: Leroy Seat
Most Americans think the atomic bombs dropped on Japan in World War II were necessary and good because of the lives saved. However, we might not have needed to drop them at all.




U.S.'s Unholy Alliances with Saudi Arabia, Big Business

By: Vinoth Ramachandra
While inking its biggest arms sale in its history to Saudi Arabia, the U.S. government illustrated not only its unholy alliance with Saudi Arabia, but also with big business.




A Century of Religious Unrest in the Middle East - Part 1

By: Elias Ghazal
European imperialism was the chief source of division in the modern Middle East. To uncover the root cause, you can go back 100 years ago to the Balfour Declaration and the Sykes-Picot Agreement.





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Rural Churches Serving on Cutting Edge of Ministry

By: Jonathan Davis
Rural ministry has the potential to be as exciting and relevant as any urban or suburban church. If you're serving in a rural church, you may be on the cutting edge of ministry.




Church Staffing Will Require Creative Solutions

By: Ircel Harrison
Many churches no longer have the resources to staff full-time ministerial positions so many congregations are finding creative ways to address the church staffing issue. How can seminaries help?




Virtue Ethics: Building Disciples with Character - Part 3

By: Gordon King
The Christian church faces a challenge in rethinking the virtues that God requires for our mission and witness in today's wounded world. Here are 5 thoughts on how the development of virtues impacts the church.





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'War for the Planet of the Apes'

By: Michael Parnell
"War for the Planet of the Apes" closes out the modern-day trilogy with a climactic end, bringing the curtain down on the pre-history of the popular series of movies that began in the late 1960s. (Photo: 20th Century Fox)




'Spider-Man: Homecoming'

By: Michael Parnell
Your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man gets another cinematic reboot, and this time the producers have found the right formula for everyone's favorite wall-crawler. (Photo: Columbia Pictures)




'Baby Driver'

By: Michael Parnell
Today's blockbusters are CGI-laden spectaculars, but "Baby Driver" is a throwback to the time when movies had a guy with a fast car, his girl and a cool soundtrack. It's a perfect summer movie. (Photo: Sony Pictures)




'Cars 3'

By: Ircel Harrison
"Cars 3," the third Pixar movie about racing cars, is much more like the original film than the sequel that jumped the track. It has the heart, fun and action of the original animated adventure. (Photo: Disney / Pixar)





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