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Senate Passes North Korea Human Rights BillSubscriber Access Only
Plus: The lead attorney drops out of Terri Schiavo's defense team, Sudan blames U.S. for arming Darfur rebels, Presbyterians and Jews try to heal rift, Chicago Tribune visits Bob Jones University, and other articles from online sources around the world.
IRS Changes May Dent Ministries' Car-Donation ProgramsSubscriber Access Only
New deduction rules dump Blue Book for actual sales value. That could discourage donors.
The Orthodox Avant-GardeSubscriber Access Only
Armed with traditional faith, these Christians subverted the establishment, putting secular ideas under the microscope of the eternal.
Supreme Court Takes on Parental Notification LawsSubscriber Access Only
Plus: Bush goes to Calvin, and stem cell bill faces White House veto.
U.S. Court Says Coach Can Pray With PlayersPlus: Baptist Foundation of Arizona leaders convicted (a bit), 1000-year-old Psalter found in an Irish bog, Ralph Reed's future, and other stories from online sources around the world.Subscriber Access Only
Plus: Baptist Foundation of Arizona leaders convicted (a bit), 1000-year-old Psalter found in an Irish bog, Ralph Reed's future, and other stories from online sources around the world.
HomeBanc's Faithful BankruptcySubscriber Access Only
Christian principles fail to save lender from mortgage crisis.
Where to Go for all Things TolkienSubscriber Access Only
"The best sites on the Internet about the man, his faith, his books, the Inklings and the movies"
Bishop Committed No Hate Crime Saying Gays Can ChangeSubscriber Access Only
Focus on the Family materials considered when judge ruled that a mother could not expose her daughter to anything that might be homophobic
Why Should Wall Street Have All the Good Companies?Subscriber Access Only
Plus: New Tribes Mission given deadline to leave Venezuela, honoring David Livingstone, the Queen on the uniqueness of Christianity, and more articles from online sources around the world.
We Thought Frist Was One of Us'Subscriber Access Only
Christian scientists and political conservatives are upset with Frist's support for expanded embryonic stem-cell research.
Prelude to the Contraception WarsSubscriber Access Only
Last week's religion news wasn't all about Pope John Paul II. A commentaryless roundup.
Two Cheers for the VaticanSubscriber Access Only
Evangelicals generally support Roman Catholic decision on gay seminarians.
American Christians Embrace IslamSubscriber Access Only
Plus: Same-sex marriage amendment has little hope of passing, Pat Robertson's protein shakes removed from GNC, Louisiana to ban abortions, China's top cardinal criticizes government over Tiananmen Square massacre, the date of the beast, and more articles
Recession Overturns Gender RolesSubscriber Access Only
Job losses hit men hardest.
The Bible as Canadian Hate LiteratureSubscriber Access Only
Plus: Attacks on churches in Indonesia, Muslim violence in Thailand, more Sharia in Nigeria, PBS investigates Bush's faith, and more articles from online sources around the world.
Christmas in July—Palm Beach Apologizes for Refusing Nativity SceneSubscriber Access Only
Plus: The Episcopal minister who is the new UN ambassador, church growth in Iraq, and more articles from online sources around the world.
Despite Catholic Church Support, Prop. 71 Opponents Still $12 Million Behind in FundingSubscriber Access Only
Plus: Log Cabin Republicans refuse to endorse Bush, The Passion holds U.K. one-week DVD sales record, and many other stories from online sources around the world.
Rock Un-SolidSubscriber Access Only
When Christian bands bite the hands that praised them.
North Korea, Land of Opportunity?Subscriber Access Only
Missile tests and a planned trip by Rick Warren have put the spotlight on the country's beleaguered Christians.
Fahrenheit 9/11 Emboldens Christian FilmmakersSubscriber Access Only
Following the successes of Michael Moore and Mel Gibson, Christians in Hollywood are rethinking the "I'm a Christian who happens to be a filmmaker" approach to movies.
US Religion Census Maps Changing Churches, Declining Denominations
US Religion Census Maps Changing Churches, Declining DenominationsSubscriber Access Only
The 2020 project shows shifting complexity of organized religion.
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