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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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Belief in Evolution Polls Higher When God Part of Poll

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | February 13, 2019

How the public views evolution can depend on how the question is asked, a report said. When given the choice that God played a role in evolution, poll participants were more likely to affirm evolution.

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Vanishing Bugs – The Most Important Issue Not Worrying You

By David Wheeler | February 12, 2019

In a world full of global crises, worrying about the plight of insects seems insignificant. But think about this: As we decimate insect populations, we are literally unraveling the global ecosystem from the bottom up.

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How to Know When Your Church is Ready to Transform – Part 1

By Mark Tidsworth | February 12, 2019

Regardless of denomination, churches are bleeding members. To turn it around, they need to give up the church-as-we-have-known-it mindset and be willing to transform. These five components show your church is ready.

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Millennials Affirm Sharing Faith, Unsure about Converting Others

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | February 12, 2019

While nearly all Christian millennials affirm sharing about Jesus is part of their faith, nearly half also believe it’s wrong to share with someone of a different faith in an effort to convert them.

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Center Works to Counter Abuses Caused by Bad Theology

By Helen Paynter | February 11, 2019

Bad theology and bad biblical interpretation can cause people to do all sorts of appalling actions in the name of God. To counter those abuses, Bristol Bible College has launched the Centre for the Study of Bible and Violence.

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