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No 'Justice'?Subscriber Access Only
Campaign against filibusters sparks debate among Christians.
Christianity Today News BriefsSubscriber Access Only
Americorps allowed in Catholic schools, and North Korea leads Open Door's persecution list.
Go FigureSubscriber Access Only
Recent stats on Congo's war, volunteering, and Terri Schiavo.
Hotel Sudan Isn't a Film—YetSubscriber Access Only
Genocide in Darfur must be stopped.
Medical-Record War Heats UpSubscriber Access Only
Two Kansas abortion clinics refuse to comply with court order.
Rights BrainedSubscriber Access Only
Just arguing our liberties can blind us to our duties.
Quotation MarksSubscriber Access Only
Recent comments on Ashley Smith, the church as mall, and religion and politics in Britain.
Debt BusterSubscriber Access Only
Christians divided over federal bankruptcy bill.
U.N.: No CloningSubscriber Access Only
An equally strong ban, however, is stalled in Congress.
The Cost of DemocracySubscriber Access Only
Christians suffer for joining the cry of 'Syria out.'
Sen. Rick Santorum: I Draw No Line Between My Faith and My DecisionsSubscriber Access Only
The Pennsylvania Republican speaks on legislating morality, why he was right about anti-sodomy laws, and his 2006 opponent-apparent, Bob Casey Jr.
Is It Ever Okay to Pull a Feeding Tube?Subscriber Access Only
"The governing ethical criteria are that it's inappropriate to intend someone's death."
The Hero of Bloodless ReformSubscriber Access Only
An interview with Steven M. Wise
A Model of IntoleranceSubscriber Access Only
The "religious bigot" who brought down slavery.
Aliens in Our MidstSubscriber Access Only
Attaining asylum in the land of the free is harder than you'd think.
The Risks of Regime ChangeSubscriber Access Only
Middle Eastern Christians might end up more repressed under democracy than under dictators.
How Serious Are Democrats?Subscriber Access Only
Making abortion rare will take more than words.
Quotation MarksSubscriber Access Only
Recent comments on Bush and gays, the humanity of pre-embryos, and other subjects.
Ashcroft's RevengeSubscriber Access Only
Challenge to suicide law gets new life.
Lebanon RalliesSubscriber Access Only
The recent protests aren't like the fall of the Berlin Wall, but they do constitute a significant movement toward freedom.

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The Revolution Will Not Be Videoed
The Revolution Will Not Be Videoed
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