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Yet More Racially Charged Remarks Beg the Question (again): Is President Trump a Racist?

By Mitch Randall | January 15, 2019

The president has a difficult time understanding and relating to others not of his fold. He persists in making comments based upon preconceived ideas he has about the world, which often tend to be false stereotypes based upon race.

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Frequent Worship Attendance Plummets During College Years

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | January 16, 2019

Participating in worship gatherings at least twice a month is uncommon for 18- to 22-year-old Protestants, a survey found. Two-thirds stopped attending regularly in the four years after high school.

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King’s Perennial Question: Do We Pursue Chaos or Community?

By Colin Harris | January 15, 2019

Reading the final works of Martin Luther King Jr. through the lens of contemporary efforts to function as a more just society produces a kind of déjà vu. It’s a vivid reminder of how far we have come – and how far we haven’t.

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The Flaw in Many Current Arguments for Women in Ministry

By Beth Allison-Glenny | January 15, 2019

Arguing that women bring complementary gifts and styles to that of men continues to define women’s ministry in relation to men. Women should be in ministry simply because God calls them to be there.

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February SNAP Benefits to Distribute Early; New Applications Due Sooner

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | January 15, 2019

U.S. households eligible to receive SNAP benefits will receive their February disbursement ahead of schedule in late January. However, low-income families will need to submit new applications sooner too.

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Behind the Bars | What’s Missing in Criminal Justice System

By David Balkum | January 14, 2019

Why should we punish people? The criminal justice system has followed four reasons for incarcerating criminals: deterrence, rehabilitation, retribution and incapacitation. But there’s an often overlooked fifth reason. Restoration.

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