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Stripping People of Their Agency Robs Their Dignity

By Devon Dundee | September 21, 2018

Agency refers to peoples’ ability to act and make decisions for themselves. Often, people have been stripped of their agency, treated as less than human. We must become agents of agency.

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Emerging Voices | Pop Culture Falls Short on Minority Presence

By Harrison Litzell | September 17, 2018

Popular culture suffers from a lack of representation of traditional minority groups. It’s an issue that’s so overwhelming that we feel we can’t do anything about it. But maybe there’s another option.

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South Sudan Peace Agreement Brings Tempered Hope

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | September 17, 2018

A recently signed peace agreement offers hope, tempered by realism, for a formal and final end to the multi-year conflict in the African nation of South Sudan.

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Words Have Power: How Are You Using Yours?

By Chris Smith | September 14, 2018

Our words have power. With our words we bless and with our words we curse. We can create an environment of peace and love or an atmosphere of anxiety and fear. How are you using your words?

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How My New Identity in Christ Made Me a Race Atheist

By Starlette Thomas | September 14, 2018

I am a race atheist. I used to believe in race, with all my heart. However, my faith in Christ did something I didn’t expect; my new identity in Christ began to challenge my racial identity.

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When Hollywood Loses the Plot Portraying Faith in Film

By Philip Jenkins | September 14, 2018

Hollywood normally does a poor job of portraying religion or comprehending regular religious practice, especially when it comes to Christianity. Why don’t they try to understand the culture?

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