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The New EthicsDaily.com

EthicsDaily.com of the Baptist Center for Ethics has a nice new look and a new logo!

Here is Robert Parham, Executive Director and Founder of EthicsDaily.com, writing about the new and improved EthicsDaily.com:

Our new format also allows us to post fresh material more quickly. 

Add to these features the new blog hub. When bloggers update their blogs, our blog hub can be updated, drawing the attention of readers to new commentary and information from an array of people of faith. 

Not only will we be able to make readers more aware of our own educational resources (curriculum units and DVDs), we will be making available in highly visible ways other spiritual, moral, cultural and pastoral resources.

Review the weekly lineup: On Tuesday, readers will find on the front page the option of downloading podcasts related to religious liberty and social justice. On Wednesday, readers will see featured sermon podcasts and have access to even more sermon podcasts on a secondary page. On Thursday, readers will have the option of downloading sermons delivered earlier in the week in the chapel at McAfee School of Theology. On Friday, more sermon manuscripts will be available. 

But that’s not all. We will still provide stories from Religious News Service, which keep goodwill Baptists informed about the larger ecumenical and interfaith communities.

We will also be posting regular video clips—clips that we have produced and some that our partners have created. 

We hope EthicsDaily.com will become an Internet stop each day for multiple reasons—news, movie reviews, book reviews, commentaries, blogs, podcast sermons and video clips. We think EthicsDaily.com will provide a dynamic platform for more resources, more synergy with productive partners and more visibility for things that matter. 

Go check out the new look and features at EthicsDaily.com

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