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Too Holy for the World Too Worldly for the Church?Subscriber Access Only
Christian alternative bands look for a home.
Quotation MarksSubscriber Access Only
Recent comments by Walter Cronkite, Bush, and an evangelizing pilot
Quotation MarksSubscriber Access Only
Recent quotes on Amish voters, Christian politics in Germany, book burning, and the UK's abortion scandal.
Bad Believers, Non-BelieversSubscriber Access Only
Do religious labels really mean anything?
Death Sentence For Three Pakistanis Who Attacked Christian HospitalSubscriber Access Only
Plus: Wesley Clark's change of tune on abortion limits, more Ten Commandments disputes, poor clergy criticized, and many other stories from online sources around the world.
Prayer Breakfast FeedbackSubscriber Access Only
Also: 60 Minutes' apparent cluelessness on evangelicals. Did Kurt Warner fumble comments on faith vs. football? And other stories from online sources around the world.
The New York Times Examines a Tech School for Conservative PoliticsSubscriber Access Only
Patrick Henry College is still small and unaccredited, but is becoming increasingly prominent in Washington.
Kerry's Religion Is Today's Big Politics StorySubscriber Access Only
Plus: Partial-birth abortion ban goes to court three times today, remembering Rwanda's genocide, Moscow bans Jehovah's Witnesses, and other stories from online sources around the world.
Survey Gets Specific on Evangelical Attitudes—and Finds We Like the Pope Better than Robertson or FalwellSubscriber Access Only
Plus: An after-Easter deluge of religion articles, including coverage of attacks on an Indonesia church, Iraq hostages, the Shroud of Turin, and the hope of Easter.
Judge Orders Scientology Critic to Pay Church $500,000Subscriber Access Only
Plus: Remembering the sack of Constantinople, criminal evangelistic strategies, Heather Mercer heads to Iraq, The Passion soundtrack goes gold, and other stories from online sources around the world.
Gay Marriage Ends (For Now)Subscriber Access Only
Plus: Archbishop of Canterbury calls for politicians to admit error or miscalculation on Iraq.
Nigerian Christians Say Nearly 600 Killed In This Week's RiotsSubscriber Access Only
Plus: All of the week's religion news is coming up.
'Costco Church' Fight Finally Over?Subscriber Access Only
Plus: Another California recall?
Evangelicals and Catholics Really Together?Subscriber Access Only
Plus: One federal judge rules partial-birth abortion ban unconstitutional with two more yet to rule.
Debates on Debates on Church DisciplineSubscriber Access Only
Catholic bishops will issue statement on Communion as a Matthew 18 lawsuit is reinstated against a Texas Bible church. Plus: Samuel Huntington on why atheists are outsiders, religious leaders apologize for Abu Ghraib, and many other stories from online sources around the world.
Grave ImagesSubscriber Access Only
The photos from Abu Ghraib have reopened debate on the power of pictures.
Kerry Told to Speak Up, Shut Up About ReligionSubscriber Access Only
Plus: British government debates spanking, Pope laments EU Constitution, and other sources from online sources around the world.
Korean in Iraq Was Killed For His Faith, Say TerroristsSubscriber Access Only
Plus: What's next for the Federal Marriage Amendment, Canada's Bible ban, university relents on mandatory profanity, and other stories from online sources around the world.
U.S. Protestant Majority Gone By End of Year, Says SurveySubscriber Access Only
Plus: Christians in Iraq, Terri Schiavo, Moore's monument, home churches, and other stories from online sources around the world.
Fuller Prof Ordered to Leave U.S.Subscriber Access Only
Plus: Iraqi Christians return to church, Boston churches demonstrate against violence, and Bush is told to renounce his possessions.

Top Story July 13, 2020

Want to Love Your Neighbor? Start By Fighting Your Own Sin.
Want to Love Your Neighbor? Start By Fighting Your Own Sin.
When we “make every effort to be holy,” it works toward the common good.

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