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Subscriber Access Only Catching Up with a Dream
Evangelicals and Race 30 Years After the Death of Martin Luther King, Jr.
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Plus: King David Was Here
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Fatherhood on the Rebound
What we can learn from the real history of basketball
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The Messenger: A Story of Joan of Arc
Luc Besson's new film isn't nearly as good as the true story, nor is his Joan truly a messenger.
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Cockroaches for Jesus
Corner: Cockroaches for Jesus America's most respected newspaper stoops to cartoon history at millennium's end
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Bruce Feiler
The Walking the Bible author discusses why Abraham is central to Islam, Judaism, and Christianity
Subscriber Access Only Advent—Close Encounters of a Liturgical Kind
'Tis the season when even the free-ranging revivalist pulls up a chair to the table of historic liturgy
Subscriber Access Only Dan Bahat on Jerusalem Archaeology
One of Israel's leading archaeologists talks about the importance of the Temple Mount and key historical finds in the Holy Land
Subscriber Access Only Israeli Officials Say James Ossuary, Joash Tablet are Fakes
Canadian government will legalize gay marriage nationwide, AMA supports human cloning, Sgt.'s Kuwait grenade attack was religiously motivated, and other stories from online sources around the world.
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Ossuary Questions Remain
Israel Antiquities Authority says brother of Jesus inscription is a forgery, but supporters say its report may be flawed
Subscriber Access Only Festival of Fears
What's scarier than Halloween? The anxieties that drive it.
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Saint Teddy?
"Yes, Roosevelt paid the usual presidential respects to Christianity, but didn't show much explicit personal devotion to it."
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Mega-Ministers
Bill Hybels and fourth-century preaching star John Chrysostom would have a lot to talk about
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Divided by Communion
What a church does in remembrance of Christ says a lot about its history and identity.
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Attack Brings Out the Best and Worst of Public Religion
"As the White House promises to stop referring to the crusades, America and Canada examines the proper place of faith"
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Working For Justice Will Make You Uncomfortable
Working For Justice Will Make You Uncomfortable
Eugene Cho wonders whether we're willing to go beyond paying lip service to social change.
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