Religious sniping between Republican presidential candidates George Bush and John McCain show neither "are not able to understand religion in American politics," Rich Cizik, Washington director of the National Association of Evangelicals tells the Associated Press. "Those of us working in the religious community can only stand back and shake our heads." The NAE is currently holding its annual convention.
Does student-led, student-initiated prayer at football games violates the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment? The Supreme Court will hear arguments March 29.
Half a dozen television stations in Louisiana, Mississippi, Idaho, and Utah say they won't air the new animated NBC series "
" No word yet on specific qualms with the show, but the plot has Bob as the center of a dispute between God and Satan over whether humankind is worth saving. ( The Washington Post has a thorough, but outdated story on the controversy.) There's also no word on whether or not they'll air a series about Job …
Prodigal Son Michael English Prodigal Again (second story)
About a year ago, the Nashville-based newspaper The Tennessean reported, " Christian music welcomes Michael English back after affair." The singer had been "banished" for an affair with another Christian recording artist, but was making a cautious comeback in Christian circles. His first Christian album since the affair was revealed was to be released March 28, and his first single, "Heaven to Earth," is already in some Christian radio stations' rotations. However, English is now under police investigation ...1
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