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Mexico: Words Against Weapons
Evangelicals, Catholics dialogue to help bring peace to violent Chiapas.
Imprisoned Peruvian Army Colonel Denied Parole
Evangelical convicted of drug trafficking continues fight for justice as hope fades.
Nicaragua: New Evangelical Party Gains Political Power
Fighting for Fairness
Does religion in schools favor Catholics?
Public Education: Pregame Prayer Barred
After pregame prayer is barred, educators say they do not need a microphone to pray.
Southern Baptists: Cracks in the Convention
Texas South Baptists slash $5 million from Southern Baptist Convention.
Break in Missionary Kidnapping Case
Captured Colombian guerilla may hold key to U.S. missionaries' fate.
Venezuela Debates New Tribes Mission Expulsion Order
Government officials, others call Chavez decision unconstitutional and harmful.
Houston's Religious Communities Scramble to Help Evacuees
"We're in this thing for the long haul" without government money, church leaders warn.
Baylor's Sloan: 'It's Time for Someone New'
Controversial president to become university chancellor in June.
How Gaza’s Christians View the Hamas-Israeli Conflict
Baptist pastor Hanna Massad speaks openly about what he sees happening as he helps to shelter Gaza’s Christians and others during the current conflict.
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Imprisoned Evangelicals Dispute Accusations of Terrorism
Outreach to Despair
Christians minister to the hopeless in Gaza.
Fascinated with The Passion
Gibson film draws big Muslim crowds.
Lessons from a Hostage Pastor in Colombia
A young minister works to prevent guerrilla kidnappings.
Why the FARC Hates Evangelicals
The terrorist group has many misconceptions about Colombian Christians.
Baylor's Sloan Keeps His Job—Again
Regents steer clear of vote on president; unanimously reaffirm Vision 2012.
Mobs Expel 80 Christians
Growing number of evangelicals threatens liquor profits.
Q+A: Ben Kwashi
An estimated 53,000 Christians and Muslims in Nigeria's central Plateau state have died since the current round of violence began in Jos on September 7, 2001. Benjamin Kwashi is the Anglican bishop of Jos.

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The Black Church Is Atlanta’s Original Community Organizer
The Black Church Is Atlanta’s Original Community Organizer
Long before Raphael Warnock’s Senate run, the biblical call for freedom for the oppressed stirred Atlanta Christians to social action.

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