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After pregame prayer is barred, educators say they do not need a microphone to pray.
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Christian-friendly senior organizations challenge AARP.
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What Gulf churches were doing on the first Lord's Day after Katrina.
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Unless Africa tames corruption, new aid efforts will fail.
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Beijing U: China Educators Launch First Religion DepartmentSubscriber Access Only
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Evangelicals, feminists make common cause against sex trafficking.
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Government may have been tripped up by Katrina and Rita, but the Southern Baptists, among others, are standing tall.
Jesus at G8Subscriber Access Only
Christian advocacy for Africa gains notice at top meetings.
Dean Vows to Reach Evangelicals as Democratic LeaderSubscriber Access Only
But many are waiting to see if the DNC walk matches their talk.
Escapee Denies Rape ChargeSubscriber Access Only
Star witness in criminal case against prominent Chinese pastor alleges officials tortured and sexually abused her to gain false testimony.
A One-China (Church) PolicySubscriber Access Only
Werner Burklin says overseas evangelicals perpetuate the gulf between state-approved churches and illegal house churches.
Howard-Browne Takes New YorkSubscriber Access Only
Q & A: Bill FristSubscriber Access Only
The Senate Majority Leader on key moral issues.
Wooing the FaithfulSubscriber Access Only
President Bush needs evangelicals more than ever, but it's unclear how badly they want him for another four years.

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