Tag Archives: ethics

  1. You might be a racist…


    July 7, 2016 by cbbeard

    Please Note: This post was written before the tragedies of Dallas unfolded.  For my continued thoughts in light of that …
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  2. A Better Approach to Bullying


    December 16, 2014 by cbbeard

    “I don’t know why they spend all that time on an anti-bullying program. It’s not like it’s really going to …
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  3. A Sequestered Blemish in the Church


    April 30, 2014 by cbbeard

    It seems to me that prejudice is simply racism with plausible deniability. Some might say that there is no distinction …
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  4. Missional Ethic – Part 3

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    June 18, 2013 by cbbeard

    Every parent seems to want to have “good” kids.  If we have offspring that obey without talking back, respect their …
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  5. Missional Ethic – Part 2


    June 11, 2013 by cbbeard

    Our lives are meant to be “motorhomes of mission.”  In Part 1 of this post, I proposed that we have …
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  6. Missional Ethic – Part 1


    June 4, 2013 by cbbeard

    Sin management.  Checklists of rules.  Is this what we have reduced Christianity to in America?  Let’s say someone comes up …
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