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EthicsDaily has taken a strong position when it comes to biblical egalitarianism. We believe God created both man and woman as equals, forever encouraging a mutual submission to each other based on love and respect. […] Read More

Many cite the first chapters of Genesis as God’s plan for male and female relationships, namely that women must submit to men, but it’s clear that God’s original intent for humanity was equal partnership. […] Read More

With the polls closed and the elections mostly finalized, it’s time for us to face a reality: Our country is sick and getting sicker. We can no longer sit by the wayside. We must rise up and move forward. […] Read More

A community in Quebec has done an interesting thing. The people of Saint-Apollinaire voted to not allow a Muslim cemetery in town. They did so for a rather high-minded reason. As reported by Peter Stockland in The Globe & Mail, supporters of the ban are against burial on the basis of any faith tradition, period. […] Read More

I was initiated into adulthood through more than the traditional graduation from high school. I will never forget that summer because I was excited to be participating in the National American Baptist Youth Gathering as a small group leader. My anticipation of an incredible week quickly turned into a nightmare when I learned one of […] Read More

Unified in Christ

A sermon by David Hughes, First Baptist Church, Winston-Salem, N.C. June 23, 2013 Galatians 3:23-29 If you know anything about the adventures of The Lone Ranger, you’ll appreciate the following story. One day the Lone Ranger and his faithful redskin companion, Tonto, were riding through a deep canyon when suddenly they noticed both sides of […] Read More

I am a black man and I am serving as interim pastor at a white church. Not just any white church, but one that was started 100 years ago specifically to serve white people in a suburban area. This is not the first time that I have served in a pastoral capacity at a white […] Read More

President Barack Obama opined that “the world has lost one of the great champions of freedom and liberty, and America has lost a true friend.” He was referring to the death of the “Iron Lady,” the former British Prime Minister, Baroness Margaret Thatcher, on April 8. Maybe he should have said that our nation lost […] Read More

Are you ready for the observance on Feb. 2? Have you made plans for the observance? Will you do the observance in private or with a group? What do you expect to follow from the observance that falls on Feb. 2? Do you think I’m asking these questions about Groundhog Day – that Pennsylvania-German observance […] Read More

My grandpa grew up on a dairy farm in Greenville, S.C. He was born in 1917, so he was a teenager during the Great Depression and at the beginning of Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s first term as president and the New Deal. He had three sisters and four brothers; the eight children woke early in the […] Read More