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Subscriber Access Only Q+A: Ben Kwashi
An estimated 53,000 Christians and Muslims in Nigeria's central Plateau state have died since the current round of violence began in Jos on September 7, 2001. Benjamin Kwashi is the Anglican bishop of Jos.
Subscriber Access Only Global Ultimatum
The larger meaning of Anglican leaders' demand that the Episcopal Church change its ways.
Subscriber Access Only Ready to Walk Apart?
Episcopal bishops reject oversight from "distant" prelates.
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'Leaving Isn't the Answer'
Why the pastor of the largest Episcopalian congregation is staying put in a 'very sick' church.
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Muslim Priest and Buddhist Bishop-Elect Are Raising Questions About Syncretism
For years, Episcopal Church leaders have taught that God can be found in other faiths. Now some clergy are pursuing him there.
No Right to Rest for Weary Anglicans
Why churches like St. James in Newport Beach still need support from worshipers who have left the battle.
Woman Bishops Approved for Church of England
UK Anglicans unclear on accommodation for traditionalists who oppose ordination of women.
Virginia's Anglicans Win Another Court Victory
(Updated) Court awards church property to historic congregations. Appeal likely.
Subscriber Access Only Disappointed Anglican Conservatives Mull Options, Threaten Revolt
Americans must belong to Episcopal Church, report says.
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Judge to Diocese: Hands Off
Breakaway California congregation wins church property.
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Moratorium Mess
U.S. Anglican leaders evade request.
Subscriber Access Only Iraqi Anglican Leaders Feared Dead
Plus: Intelligent Design on trial, John Roberts and Tom DeLay, Wisconsin votes to ban human cloning, street preachers, and more articles from online sources around the world.
Subscriber Access Only Status Quota
Britain's faith schools welcome students from other religions.
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Too Unorthodox Even for the Episcopal Church?
Church leaders appear to have vetoed a bishop-elect for the first time since the 1930s. But few opponents are celebrating.
Subscriber Access Only Joy in the Midst of Terror
How Andrew White's Baghdad congregation brings God's love to a war-torn land.
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The Uneasy Conscience of a Christian Boxing Trainer
The Uneasy Conscience of a Christian Boxing Trainer
Why it may (or may not) be okay to watch adults beat up on one another.
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