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Subscriber Access Only Methodists Divided on Split
Church leaders react to talk about division.
Subscriber Access Only The Almost Formerly Important
Lessons of the old mainline for the new mainline.
Subscriber Access Only Treasurer Embezzled $100,000, Says PC(USA)
Plus: Another InnerChange ministry busted out of prison, McLean Bible Church's Bible study fight, Gordon-Conwell wants conservative Anglicans, Mark Noll on the KJV, and other stories from online sources around the world.
Subscriber Access Only Seven Years in the Making, Draft ELCA Statement on Sexuality Punts
"This church does not have consensus," committee says.
Subscriber Access Only Denominations Join Episcopalian Diocese in Fight Over Church Property
Judge says Methodists, Worldwide Church of God, and others can participate in oral arguments.
Subscriber Access Only Why the Oral Roberts Obituaries Are Wrong
The "faith-healer" (who hated the term) may have done much to mainstream Pentecostalism, but he was no architect of the Prosperity Gospel.
Subscriber Access Only U.S. Protestant Majority Gone By End of Year, Says Survey
Plus: Christians in Iraq, Terri Schiavo, Moore's monument, home churches, and other stories 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 Proselytizing in a Multi-Faith World
Why mutual respect and tolerance require us to witness for Christ.
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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So, Who Owns the Sanctuary?
Dissenting mainline churches struggle to retain their property.
Subscriber Access Only Institute for Religion and Democracy President Diane Knippers Dies at 53
Stalwart against liberalism in mainline churches had colon cancer.
Subscriber Access Only Reforming Wayward Reformers
Renewal movements are winning the battle against mainliners, says Thomas Oden.
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Mark Labberton: This Is the Best of Times for Following Jesus
Mark Labberton: This Is the Best of Times for Following Jesus
The Fuller Seminary president sees the church’s moment of cultural exile as a moment of incredible opportunity.
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