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Prison bars and jingle bells

By Pat Anderson From December 2009 I brought 3-year-old Scruffy to the office today. This fine Cairn Terrier ...

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The War in Yemen: Why it Matters

By Ken Sehested The news was easy to miss. I saw it in several me- dia, but never ...

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Red Letter Ethics: Putting First Things First

By Patrick Anderson, Editor Several years ago an acquaintance of mine abruptly quit his job and moved his ...

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Christians without Borders: Toward a Trespassing Church

By George A. MasonThe great Puerto Rican golfer, Chi Chi Rodriquez, was asked about how he learned the ...

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In Defense of the First Right: Religious Freedom

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I Rise: In Opposition to Governmental Overreach

I rise as a baptized Christian, baptized in 1967 at the Pine Grove Baptist Church in Odena, Alabama, ...

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Living in a Changing World

by Carolyn Weatherford Crumpler [Editor’s note: Carolyn Crumpler is a member of the board of Christian Ethics Today ...

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Peace on Earth

Last year when I was asked, “What do you want for Christmas?”, my constant reply was, “Peace on ...

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Foy Valentine Remembered…A Friend for the Ages

By Patrick R. Anderson Editor, Christian Ethics Today Eight years ago January 7, one of our great Baptist ...

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A March on Washington Reflection- Awake My Soul…It has been 50 years

The following post is by Pat Anderson, former interim executive coordinator of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship and editor ...

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