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Justices Turn Down Decalogue Appeal
Denial means Indiana town's Decalogue display is unconstitutional
TBN Under the Microscope
Newspaper investigates Christian network over sex charges, spending.
United Kingdom: Hell Isn't Obsolete, Brits Say
Hell Isn't Obsolete, Brits Say
A Halloween Solution
Announcing a new line of costumes.
Giving Patterns Reveal Increasing Focus on Those 'Worthy' of Compassion
Charities must now frame issues so that donors believe they are giving to innocent victims.
Protestants Laud Pope for Ecumenical, Social Stands
He was 'unquestionably the most influential voice for morality and peace in the world during the last 100 years,' says Billy Graham.
Anglicans Sanction Episcopalians Over Gay Bishop, Gay Unions
U.S. and Canada churches asked to "voluntarily withdraw" from panel.
On Immigration Issue, Big Evangelical Groups Conspicuously Mum
Policy groups say they have other issues to focus on.
Court Says Tithing Not an Option for the Bankrupt
1998 law let bankrupt give, but judge says 2005 bankruptcy reform law "closes the door."
Philosopher Charles Taylor Wins 2007 Templeton Prize
Canadian at Northwestern University has written on spiritual scholarship, violence.
The Silent Rock Behind a Famous Evangelist
Although Ruth Graham preferred to stay behind the scenes, her impact on her husband was all too evident.
Episcopalians Head to High-Stakes Meeting
The years-long strife in the Anglican Communion could reach a breaking point next week in New Orleans.
'Footprints' Forensics
Families battle over who owns the famous poem.
Catholic Bishops Warn Obama Against Expanded Abortion Rights
Freedom of Choice Act would coerce Americans and limit freedoms, they warn.
Will Obama Tax Plan Hurt Religious Groups?
Some say yes, others say no.
Beck Wants to Lead, But Will Evangelicals Follow?
Once uncomfortable with Mitt Romney, evangelicals appear mixed on Glenn Beck.
Who Wants a Free Christian Campus?
C.S. Lewis College plans for former Moody campus in Mass. die. Now Green family is giving the site away.
Museum of Biblical Art Raises its Profile Amid Array of Challenges
Founding director is leaving, half its funding is set to end, and rumors are swirling about its lease.
Why Pro-Life Leaders Aren't Worried About Romney
His muted opposition to abortion is necessary pragmatism, they say.
Is the Petraeus Scandal a Religious Affair?
Some see echoes of King David.

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The Pro-Life Project Has a Playbook: Racial Justice History
The Pro-Life Project Has a Playbook: Racial Justice History
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