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Government Decision To Settle Residential School Cases Upsets ChurchesSubscriber Access Only
Religious leaders complain that the settlement proposal was made without their input.
Aid Workers Urge Foreign Political Intervention in AfghanistanSubscriber Access Only
Ethnic tensions and frequent violence threaten stabilization in the country.
Shaking Hands with ThugsSubscriber Access Only
Sometimes setting aside human rights is the way to ensure their ultimate victory.
Law Could Curb Foreign Donations To Churches, Indian Christians WorrySubscriber Access Only
Stringent legislation is aimed at cutting off terrorist funding, but could hurt non-government organizations.
Australia: Leaders Press for Refugee AsylumSubscriber Access Only
Christians demand Australian government show compassion
Nicaragua: Sandinista Candidate Divides EvangelicalsSubscriber Access Only
Some Christians fear return of Daniel Ortega to the presidency of Nicaragua
Planned Law on Religious Hatred Prompts ProtestsSubscriber Access Only
Critics fear that Britain's religious freedom legislation might have the opposite effect.
Dayna Curry Will Celebrate Her 30th Birthday in a Taliban PrisonSubscriber Access Only
"With trial indefinitely postponed, the future is murky for Shelter Now hostages."
Criminal Attacks on Polish Churches Prompt Security CampaignSubscriber Access Only
Armed robberies of Roman Catholic parishes have quadrupled since the early 1990s.
Survey points to 'growing concern' about violence against British clergySubscriber Access Only
Clergy homes are often clearly marked making them targets for violence.
What Does 09.11.01 Mean for Religious Liberty Policy?Subscriber Access Only
Persecution watchdogs fear religious freedom will suffer
Myths of the TalibanSubscriber Access Only
Misinformation and disinformation abounds. What do we know?
"With Grief and Anger, the U.S. Mourns its Losses"Subscriber Access Only
A week of official services and impromptu demonstrations follows shocking attacks.
"Diplomats Receive Visas Into Afghanistan, but Will Only Meet with Officials"Subscriber Access Only
"Over a week after raid on Shelter Germany, future for workers still unclear."
Aid Workers Held CaptiveSubscriber Access Only
Taliban alleges housing group's staff engaged in evangelism.
In Perspective: The Friendliest Murderous Militants in the WorldSubscriber Access Only
"The Soviet Union, United States, and others helped create Afghanistan's ruling Taliban. Will the world's most Islamic state backfire?"
The Legacy of Prisoner 23226Subscriber Access Only
Twenty-six years after leaving prison, Charles Colson has become one of America's most significant social reformers
Anonymous Are the PeacemakersSubscriber Access Only
For the past century, the Nobel Peace Prize has spotlighted those who work for fraternity among the nations. But strife and warfare are often thwarted by Christians working quietly and prayerfully.
‘Do You Believe in God?’Subscriber Access Only
Columbine and the stirring of America’s soul.
The Most Diverse Movement in History
The Most Diverse Movement in History
Christianity has been a multicultural, multiracial, multiethnic movement since its inception.
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