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New Leader Looks Forward to American Baptists' Future

By: EthicsDaily Staff
The new general secretary of American Baptist Churches USA says the denomination's strengths include global missions work and diverse churches while challenges include helping aging congregations.




Gallup: U.S. Adults' Views on Abortion Remain Stable

By: EthicsDaily Staff
Half of U.S. adults say abortion should be legal only in certain circumstances, a view that's remained stable since 2012, even as Democrats and Republicans saw an uptick in "pro-choice" identification.




Southern Baptists: Total Churches Up, Other Areas Down

By: EthicsDaily Staff
While the number of churches in the Southern Baptist Convention grew by 1.02 percent, many other categories (such as total giving, baptisms, worship attendance and total membership) declined.




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Child Labor Exploitation Not Often Easy to Recognize

By: Elizabeth Goatley
When we think about labor trafficking, we often think about adults forced into exploitation. Children are victims of labor trafficking too. And the signs of those being exploited can be difficult to recognize.




How Your Church Can Help End Child Labor

By: Marilyn Turner-Triplett
Child labor robs children of the gift of childhood, decimates families and communities and destabilizes the efforts of developing nations to reach their economic potential. What can your church do about it?




Where Are Schools' Standardized Tests for Empathy?

By: Colin Harris
Some of the more important lessons in a school experience are not reflected in test scores. Lessons of integrity and empathy are hard to evaluate by objective measurements. But some schools are making progress.





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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.




"America First" Policy at Odds with Our Nation's Values

By: David McMillan
The values of our nation - freedom, human dignity and so on - don't change, but at times our policies do, says U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. Someone needs to let him know this dualism doesn't work.





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How Your Church Can Be Kind on Father's Day

By: Elizabeth Evans Hagan
On Father's Day, churches should not only celebrate the vast array of what fatherhood looks like in our society but also acknowledge the grief this day holds for many.




No Neutral Position on Creation Care for Christians

By: James Gordon
When it comes to care for God's creation, Christians aren't in a neutral position. Reckless disregard for the health of this planet is an offense to deep principles of Christian theology.




5 Considerations to Help Your Church Reach Baby Boomers

By: Tony Brooks
While many churches are throwing most of their resources into reaching young families, one of the largest generations, the baby boomers, is often overlooked. Here's how to turn that around.





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'It Comes at Night'

By: Michael Parnell
"It Comes at Night" may be marketed as a horror movie but it defies classification. It's a tale about what happens when trust erodes in a society, and we all stick to our tribes. (Photo: A24 Films)




'Wonder Woman'

By: Ircel Harrison
'Wonder Woman' is the real deal. Rather than a feminist polemic, the superhero film is about humanity, our virtues and sins, and the choice we make between the two. It has action and heart. (Photo: Warner Bros.)




'Alien: Covenant'

By: Michael Parnell
Ridley Scott directed a masterpiece in 1979 with "Alien." He followed that up with "Prometheus" and now "Alien: Covenant," a film that reveals creation comes with all manner of horror. (Photo: Twentieth Century Fox)




'Colossal'

By: Michael Parnell
We want to believe our choices don't affect anyone else, but even our smallest actions can have huge consequences for the world. That's the premise of the hard-to-categorize film, "Colossal." (Photo: Voltage Pictures)





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