Moral and Ethical Issues


Asia | Jan. 6 2000

Chinese court tries religious couple in secret

WUHAN, China – A couple arrested in the crackdown on the Falun Gong spiritual movement has reportedly been tried in secret in the central... [READ MORE]

Churches | Jan. 6 2000

Tips for winter fire prevention

Winter time is hectic for most churches, with Christmas musicals and dramas, as well as other special events. During the cold of winter, it is... [READ MORE]

Prayer | Jan. 1 2000

Ailing missionary subject of misleading e-mail rumor

How could a call for prayer ever be the wrong thing to do? After all, most Christians readily agree that prayer should be the first step rather... [READ MORE]

Bible Studies | Jan. 1 2000

NAMB lauches Go magazine for students

“Go!” The one-word summation of the Great Commission is also the name of the North American Mission Board’s newest magazine,... [READ MORE]

Africa | Jan. 1 2000

Muslim extremists torch churches on Zanzibar island

FUONI, Tanzania — Muslim extremists burned down a church building on Zanzibar island off the coast of Tanzania on July 30, church leaders... [READ MORE]

Europe | Jan. 1 2000

Pastors in Iran Could Face Death Penalty

ISTANBUL,TURKEY — Three pastors in Iran are facing charges that could lead to the death penalty for activities in the house-church movement... [READ MORE]

Human Rights/Freedom | Jan. 1 2000

‘Awareness’ effort launched in Argentina

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — The National Council of Evangelical Christians (CNCE) has recently launched an “awareness campaign”... [READ MORE]

Africa | Jan. 1 2000

Baptists among displaced in Congo conflict

GOMA, Congo — Heavy fighting in North Kivu in the Democratic Republic of Congo has displaced hundreds of thousands of people, including... [READ MORE]

Europe | Jan. 1 2000

BWA joins Serbian Baptists in appeal for religious freedom

Denton Lotz, general secretary of the Baptist World Alliance (BWA), joined with Serbian Baptist leaders Jan. 21 to appeal for religious freedom... [READ MORE]

United States | Jan. 1 2000

World Trade Center steel beam cross now a memorial

The Cross has been saved. The cross, that is, of steel beams uncovered as workers in New York, cleared away debris at the World Trade Center.... [READ MORE]

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