LONDON (RNS) — A ruling in an alleged wrongful termination case said that ethical veganism qualified as a philosophical belief under the U.K.'s Equality Act 2010.
(RNS) — A recent essay by theologian Wayne Grudem lists 20 achievements that he believes reflect well on the president’s character. It's also possible in a few of these achievements to see corruption.
(RNS) — 'To live an ethical life it's not enough to refrain from lying, stealing or killing,' says the renowned bioethicist. 'We have to assist people who lack the necessities they need to survive.'
(RNS) — As Peter Singer's influential 2009 book 'The Life You Can Save,' is reissued in a 10th anniversary edition, our Catholic ethicist reviews his unlikely friendship with the champion of abortion rights.
(RNS) — Responding to climate change requires a moral vision that puts the poor and future generations on an equal footing with ourselves.
(The Conversation) — Although the Hebrew Bible does not mention abortion, a discussion of miscarriage in Exodus suggests that a fetus has a different status.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — The statement aims to help evangelicals proactively navigate their use of technology like smartphones and virtual assistants such as Siri or Alexa from a scriptural perspective that focuses on ethics about human dignity.
(RNS) — Patterson plans to co-teach a mid-October weeklong class on 'Christian Ethics: The Bible and Moral Issues' with Richard Land, president of Southern Evangelical Seminary.
JERUSALEM (RNS) — Home to the holidays for three religions, Israel uses more plastic cups per capita than any other people in the world.
(RNS) — The Vatican's new document on economic ethics, 'Oeconomicae et pecuniariae quaestiones,' gives theological backing to Pope Francis’ views on the economy, one of the major themes of his papacy. Too bad it's so badly written its timely and important message may not get read.
(USA Today Network) — The race to colonize Mars is underway, but one astronomy professor thinks we should slow down and figure out if there is life on Earth's planetary neighbor before our exploration destroys it.
(The Conversation) — Reviewers have noted the influence of one particular 20th-century American Christian philosopher in James' Comey's new book: Reinhold Niebuhr.
(RNS) — Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's testimony before Congress put a spotlight on a major shift within the American tech sector: a rapid, albeit uneven, embrace of ethics.
(AP) — Greta Lindecrantz has been jailed for nearly two weeks.
(RNS) — Anti-abortion groups are particularly worried about the high proportion of women choosing to terminate fetuses with Down syndrome after prenatal testing, which has become increasingly sophisticated and accurate.