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Methodist Council Says Homosexuality Is 'Incompatible' with Christian TeachingSubscriber Access Only
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Powell Calls Darfur Situation 'Genocide'Subscriber Access Only
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John Kerry—Bush and I Have the 'Same Position' on Gay MarriageSubscriber Access Only
Plus: Judge rules Britain's baby Wyatt should die, 53,000 killed so far in Nigeria, pastor bites cop, Mideast Christians booted from U.S., Billy Graham in Kansas City, and more articles from online sources around the world.
Anglicans, Blasphemy, and the BoSoxSubscriber Access Only
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Former RCA Seminary President Suspended from MinistrySubscriber Access Only
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Indiana Planned Parenthood Ordered to Provide Abortion RecordsSubscriber Access Only
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Terri Schiavo Given Three More WeeksSubscriber Access Only
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W.V. School District Won't Fight ACLU Over Jesus Painting After TheftSubscriber Access Only
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Insuring a Virgin BirthSubscriber Access Only
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Will Iraq Turn to Shari'ah?Subscriber Access Only
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Sudan Peace Stalled Again by Possible GenocideSubscriber Access Only
Plus: Easter, Australia rejects Christian asylum from Iran, gay marriage in the church, and more articles from online sources around the world.
Lutheran Church Abuse Victims Receive $69 Million SettlementSubscriber Access Only
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Is the National Day of Prayer Too Political?Subscriber Access Only
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Weblog Bonus: Fresh Fighting in Nigeria—Death Estimates Now Over 1,000Subscriber Access Only
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House Fails to Pass Marriage AmendmentSubscriber Access Only
The Virgin Birth? Come on!Subscriber Access Only
Millard Fuller steps down as Habitat CEO after sexual harassment allegation, worries the movement will lose focus. Also, an adult stem-cell media conspiracy?
Actors Play Down Narnia's ChristianitySubscriber Access Only
Plus: Conservative Christians gear up for '06 elections, Jeff Tweedy plays Messiah College, and more articles from online sources around the world.
Abu Sayyaf Recruits Christians as Terrorists in PhilippinesSubscriber Access Only
Plus: Little hope for Zimbabwe opposition, Vatican to ban gay seminarians, prayer at the pole, the Bible Literacy Project and more articles from online sources around the world.

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