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Baptist World Aid Australia Grades Fashion Companies' Ethics

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Fashion companies have improved oversight of fabric producers but remain largely ignorant of raw materials sources and labor conditions, a Baptist World Aid Australia report says.




Millions Worldwide Suffer from Mental, Neurological, Substance Abuse Without Support

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Mental, neurological and substance use disorders account for 10 percent of global diseases, yet many are without support.




Consumer Finance Bureau Notes Online Payday Loans' Hidden Costs

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Bank penalty fees and account closures are a significant and hidden cost of online payday loans, a Consumer Financial Protection Bureau report says.




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4 Ways You Can Wage Peace with Wisdom

By: Rick Love
Hate speech, inflammatory rhetoric and uncivil discourse are all too common in politics and social media. Rather than fight fire with fire, we must master the art of civil discourse.




How Christians Can Change Culture. (Hint: It's Not Politics)

By: Thomas Kidd
Culture is extraordinarily complex and not susceptible to quick change, especially through politics. While evangelicals can participate in politics, we must remember that politics simply reflects culture.




Allowing Our Labels to Unite Us, Not Divide Us

By: Guy Sayles
We divide each other into all sorts of categories. Instead of using those names and labels as reasons to separate ourselves, let's use them as places for genuine conversations to begin.





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10 Modern Rules for Seeking Public Office (Apparently)

By: Reggie Warren
If you decide to one day run for elected office on the national level, these 10 tips - apparently - are what you need to do if you want to stay ahead of your opponents.




Christians Must Return to Civility in U.S. Politics

By: Roger Olson
The harsh rhetoric and overall lack of civility in politics is seeping into Christian communities. It's fine to hold a strong political opinion, but we should never ridicule those who disagree with us.




Supporting Humanitarian Intervention in Face of War Crimes

By: Steve Hucklesby
Whether to intervene with military force to prevent war crimes often requires a judgment regarding the lesser of two evils. What role can the church play to resolve violent conflict and build peace?





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Treating the Earth as 'Warehouse of Cheap Resources'

By: Guy Sayles
We live as if the earth were a warehouse of cheap resources for our indiscriminate use. Instead, we could live as images of God who represent God's gracious rule over the earth.




Your Pastor as the Church's Chief Celebration Officer

By: Mark Tidsworth
Does your church celebrate the good things? An important element of pastoral leadership is to ask: How are we doing with celebrating God's good work in and through our congregations?




Think You're Persecuted Like the Prophets? Think Again.

By: Larry Eubanks
The presence of persecution doesn't mean a Christian is being prophetic. Sometimes it means that, on any particular issue, people who are Christians can be less righteous than those who aren't.





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'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.)




'Trumbo'

By: Ircel Harrison
'Trumbo,' a film about a blacklisted Hollywood screenwriter, reminds us how easily we turn on those who are different from us. It's particularly interesting in light of our current political climate. (Photo: Bleeker Street Media)





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