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Beyond #ChurchToo: A Path Forward for Evangelicals

By Christa Brown | February 15, 2019

For decades, Southern Baptist and other evangelical clergy have sexually abused women and children, and all the while, other religious leaders have turned a blind eye. Here’s how that status quo can come to an end.

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Bill Tillman, chair of the Christian Ethics Commission of the Baptist World Alliance, reflects on the relationship between ethics and evangelism.

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When Pastors Prey on Our Kids, Where Does the Buck Stop?

By Laura Landgraf | February 14, 2019

When victims of sexual abuse by pastors urged the implementation of stronger protections, leaders of the Southern Baptist Convention threw the hot potato back to local churches citing “autonomy.” A tidy little hand-washing.

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Childish Gambino and James Cone on Race, Justice and Hope

By Mitch Randall | February 14, 2019

As citizens grapple with their racist history and combat modern-day bigotry at the highest levels, Childish Gambino’s Grammy win is a prophetic moment when art speaks truth to culture. And James Cone reminds us why we need justice.

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At 50 Million Tons, E-Waste ‘Fastest-Growing Waste Stream’

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | February 14, 2019

Working toward a sustainable future will mean addressing the massive volume of electronic waste, or e-waste. It’s “the fastest-growing waste stream in the world,” a new report says.

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Profiles in Goodwill: Charlie Fuller

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | February 13, 2019

Charlie Fuller is executive pastor of the First Baptist Church of the City of Washington, D.C.

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How to Know When Your Church is Ready to Transform – Part 2

By Mark Tidsworth | February 13, 2019

Not everyone in your congregation will be ready to transform your church from where you are to where you need to be. That’s OK. You’ll never have unanimity, but that shouldn’t stop you from creating a covenant for transformation.

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