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Dinesh D'Souza Resigns as President of The King's CollegeSubscriber Access Only
School may now shift from his emphasis on conservative politics.
After D'Souza's Departure, The King's College Seeks Doctrine Over PoliticsSubscriber Access Only
And TKC isn't the only Christian school moving away from political conservatism.
New Efforts by Barna Group, NAE, Others Aim to Reach—and Understand—HispanicsSubscriber Access Only
Evangelical leaders capitalize on post-election interest in U.S. Latinos.
Is 'Incoherent' Christianity Better Than None at All?Subscriber Access Only
English leaders say religious education is a necessary part of primary education.
Why Christian Groups Oppose America's Anti-Prostitution StanceSubscriber Access Only
As the Supreme Court prepares to weigh in, faith-based organizations say 'no' to loyalty oaths.
"Almighty God" Will Continue Receiving Official Credit for Kentucky's Post-9/11 SecuritySubscriber Access Only
State Supreme Court declines to hear case that would review 2006 state law.
Religious States Donate More To Charity Than Secular StatesSubscriber Access Only
Southern donors give roughly 5.2 percent income to charity; Northeast donors, only 4 percent.
Missionary Sex Abuse Investigation Halts Naming Of Baptist Facility In Honor of Wendell KemptonSubscriber Access Only
"Fresh concerns" about ABWE sexual abuse cases during the 1980s force Baptist Bible College and Seminary trustees to suspend ceremony.
European Union Expands Asylum For Religious PersecutionSubscriber Access Only
Private worship no longer impediment to refugees seeking asylum.
Advocacy Groups Disagree Whether China Has Banned One-Child Policy Forced AbortionsSubscriber Access Only
New "ban" is Chinese Communist Party "propaganda," Women's Rights Without Frontiers claims.
More Muslims Seeking Christian Higher Education in U.S.Subscriber Access Only
Universities' religiosity impacts students' decision to attend U.S. schools.
Abortion Legalized in Uruguay and Buenos Aires by One-Vote MarginsSubscriber Access Only
(Updated) Absent vetos, will join Cuba and Colombia as Latin American nations most open to abortions.
European Baptists Relocate International Seminary to AmsterdamSubscriber Access Only
IBTS will move from Czech Republic to Netherlands amid changing educational landscape.
Activist Sentenced For Threats Against Pro-Life LeadersSubscriber Access Only
Pro-choice advocate who threatened to kill Frank Pavone and Robert George receives 41-month federal prison term.
Wycliffe Bible Translators Exec Killed In Car AccidentSubscriber Access Only
Senior VP Forrest Flaniken lauded as 'tireless advocate for the millions of people around the world who await God's Word in their heart language.'
Care Net Selects New President: Roland Warren, Fighter of 'Fatherhood Crisis'Subscriber Access Only
Warren joins national pro-life organization after 10 years as president of National Fatherhood Initiative.
Appeals Court Drops Test of Who Qualifies as Church 'Minister'Subscriber Access Only
Fifth Circuit decision reflects impact of Supreme Court's Hosanna-Tabor ruling.
Hard Times Force Black-Owned Bank to Foreclose on African American ChurchesSubscriber Access Only
Black pastors' group: "This time they picked the wrong churches."
Uganda Bill That Proposed Death Penalty for (Some) Gays Expected to PassSubscriber Access Only
2009 proposal was blamed on American evangelicals; Ugandan Christians dismissed charge as cultural imperialism.
Newspaper Alleges Abuse in Christian-Affiliated Children's HomesSubscriber Access Only
Tampa Bay Times investigation reveals "165 allegations of abuse and neglect" in Florida.

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