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Subscriber Access Only The Politics of Stem Cells
Why do some scientists and politicians insist on exploiting embryos?
Subscriber Access Only Purpose Driven in Rwanda
Rick Warren's sweeping plan to defeat poverty.
Subscriber Access Only Fluid Solution
Research advance could shift stem-cell debate.
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Bush's Faith-Based Legacy
Key policies at home and overseas will help victims of poverty and disease for years to come.
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Hope for the 'Most Voiceless' on the Planet
A human rights lawyer, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, and two world-class surgeons are rallying evangelicals to defeat fistula.
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The Biotech Temptation
Research on human embryos holds great promise, but at what price?
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Lessons From Two Sides of AIDS
An HIV-positive woman and a wealthy businessman are reminded of God's expansive love at a unique camp.
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Once a Coin Into the Coffer Clings, Another Fugitive From Justice Springs
The post-Eminem outrage, a patron saint for lizard killers, and other stories from around the world.
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Cheated by the Affirming Church
Contrary to what some churches teach, it is homosexuality—and not its suppression—that enslaves people like me.
Subscriber Access Only Stumbling After Jesus
The Christian life was never meant to be a cakewalk.
Subscriber Access Only The Depression Epidemic
Why we're more down than ever—and the crucial role churches play in healing.
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Bush Puts $135 Million Behind Abstinence from Sex
When our children face a choice between self-restraint and self-destruction, government should not be neutral.
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Dutch Churches in Last-Ditch Effort to Stop Euthanasia Law
"More than 50 religious and social organizations send petition to The Hague, hoping to defeat final vote."
Subscriber Access Only The Gradual Grief of Alzheimer's
Robertson McQuilkin reflects on his wife's long battle with Alzheimer's.
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Should Expectant Mothers Be Tested for HIV?
Experts debate how to reduce AIDS in newborns.
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A Word Can Be Worth a Thousand Pictures
A Word Can Be Worth a Thousand Pictures
Why the pulpit—and not the screen—still belongs at the center of our churches.
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