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Clark Pinnock Dies at 73
From biblical inerrancy to open theism, the systematic theologian was not afraid to change his mind.
Remembering Moishe Rosen
Jews for Jesus founder left his mark on evangelism.
God's Man in Tulsa: The Life and Ministry of the Original Televangelist
Oral Roberts was a larger-than-life figure in American Christianity.
Habitat for Humanity Founder Millard Fuller Dies at 74
The ministry that Fuller helped found has helped move at least 300,000 families into homes.
First Things Founder Richard John Neuhaus Dies at 72
The Catholic theologian also co-founded Evangelicals and Catholics Together.
Architect of Religious Right Dies
Paul Weyrich, who co-founded the Moral Majority with Jerry Falwell in 1979, died this morning.
Philanthropist Sir John Templeton Dies at 95
Presbyterian investor promoted the scientific study of faith.
Robert Walker: Beyond Paper and Ink
Plus: Mark Fackler remembers Walker
Larry Norman, 'Father of Christian Rock,' Dies at 60
Musician left a large footprint before he became estranged from the Christian music industry.
Televangelism Pioneer Rex Humbard Dies at 88
Elvis Presley, millions of others were faithful viewers in the 1950s and beyond.
Empire Builder D. James Kennedy Dies at 76
Pastor, broadcaster, and activist may be best known for Evangelism Explosion.
Fred Smith, Leadership Guru, Dies at 91
Former business executive known for mentoring top evangelicals.
Theologian Harold O. J. Brown Dies at 74
Scholar and writer was key in mobilizing pro-life movement among evangelicals.
Ruth Graham Dies at 87
Billy Graham's wife of nearly 64 years was a distinguished communicator of God's power and peace in her own right.
Falwell, Megachurch Pastor Who Organized Religious Right, Dead at 73
Self-described fundamentalist countered movement's tradition of separatism.
Jerry Falwell, Architect of Religious Right, Dies at 73
Liberty University founder mobilized social conservatives in politics.
Robert E. Webber, Theologian of 'Ancient-Future' Faith, Dies at 73
Author of more than 40 books on worship, Webber was criticized, then lauded, for emphasizing early church practices.
New Testament Scholar Bruce Metzger Dies at 93
Author, editor, and translator headed work on RSV, NRSV Bibles.
Ted W. Engstrom Dies at 90
Former head of World Vision and Youth for Christ led nearly every kind of parachurch ministry.
Coretta Scott King, a Woman of Faith and Devotion, Dies at 78
One of the country's most famous pastor's wives was a civil rights leader in her own right.

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