Clayton Bell dies

Clayton Bell Sr., chairman of the board at Christianity Today International and former senior minister of Dallas's Highland Park Presbyterian Church, passed away this morning at The Cove in Montreat, North Carolina. More information will follow later.

Did Bryant Gumbel call Family Research Council spokesman a naughty word?

Reportedly, after a testy interview with Family Research Council's Bob Knight about homosexuals in the Boy Scouts, Gumbel's The Early Show cut back to Gumbel saying, "what a [expletive] idiot." The story gets minor play in the conservative press, from The Washington Times to Canada's National Post. The Washington Post and New York Daily News take note, too. Never to miss an opportunity for outrage, the American Family Association is calling for CBS to fire Gumbel. For in-depth, indignant coverage, head over to CNSNews.com. And if you have the RealPlayer, check out the CNSNews's conservative parent organization, the Media Research Center—it has video. But the choppy, one-inch window leaves much to be desired; for all ChristianityToday.com Weblog can tell, Gumbel might be singing "Rubber Duckie."

Next religion in the classroom battle: "In God We Trust"

Defeated after unsuccessful attempts to bring God into the classroom through posting the Ten Commandments or offering a moment of silence, Colorado legislators think they finally found the answer: encourage schools to post the national motto, "In God We Trust." After all, since it's on our money, it can't be unconstitutional, can it? Guess again.

Washington Post takes note of persecution of India's Christians

If you've been keeping track of the plight of India's Christians through ChristianityToday.com Weblog or other means, ...

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