- Congress enacts law against religious persecution.
- Midterm election jolts Christian Right.
- Worldwide body of Anglicans rejects ordination, "marriage" for homosexuals.
- Clinton seeks pastoral counsel after Lewinsky scandal.
- Papal visit to Cuba stimulates religious freedom.
- Christians in southern Sudan victimized by war, famine.
- Public-school vouchers gain court approval.
- Lutherans, Catholics draw closer on justification.
- Protestants, Catholics in Northern Ireland vote for peace.
- National Baptists retain indicted leader Lyons.
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