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While solitary confinement in U.S. prisons is less common, 61,000 prisoners were still held in such conditions in the fall of 2017, including more than 4,000 diagnosed with a serious mental illness, a report says. […] Read More

Baptists from across the U.S. gathered in Atlanta this week at the New Baptist Covenant’s 2018 summit, committing to continue the “journey to justice” for all people. […] Read More

Criminal justice reforms have reduced overcrowded U.S. prisons and jails, but unaddressed issues within probation and parole have led to overwhelmed community supervision systems and increased recidivism. […] Read More

Myles Werntz is the T.B. Maston Chair of Christian Ethics at Logsdon Seminary at Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas. […] Read More

Announced by Baptist Women in Ministry and EthicsDaily.com this summer, the first short documentary in a series on women in ministry will be available to stream online for free in mid-November. […] Read More

Younger generations in the U.S. are more likely to see morality as fluid and changing, a new report finds, with the younger group being twice as likely to hold that view over older adults. […] Read More

Most Christian denominations in the U.S., save for Roman Catholics and Southern Baptists, have seen significant growth in female clergy over the last 40 years, a new report says. […] Read More

Tim McCoy is executive minister of Canadian Baptists of Ontario and Quebec. […] Read More

Through his role at the World Evangelical Alliance, a Baptist leader from Lebanon is working to promote and protect religious freedom for all. […] Read More

The economic status of the world’s youth is a principle indicator of educational access and achievement; the out-of-school percentage of the world’s poorest youth was more than four times greater than the richest. […] Read More