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Illinois Remembers Paul Simon's IntegritySubscriber Access Only
"Fuller will proselytize, but not in its Muslim peacemaking program"
Censoring ChristmasSubscriber Access Only
Public Christmas displays, like the Ten Commandments, are allowed—as long as they don't mean anything religious
Churches Respond After the California FiresSubscriber Access Only
The disaster provides ministry opportunities that would have been otherwise impossible
Russian Orthodox Church Cuts Ties with Episcopal ChurchSubscriber Access Only
Massachusetts high court rules in favor of gay marriage
Holy Crime FightersSubscriber Access Only
Pastors become newest action heroes.
Afghan Constitution Provides Little Protection for ReligionSubscriber Access Only
Nod to freedom of practice is too limited, critics say.
Weblog Breaks Down, Passion It Is, SortaSubscriber Access Only
Plus: prayer and evolution in schools, Jessica Simpson's religious upbringing, Jesus with poseable arms, and more stories from online sources around the world.
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.
Presbyterian Court Says Church Doesn't Ban Gay MarriagesSubscriber Access Only
Plus: More from the UMC Conference, opposing gay marriage, religious violence in Nigeria and Indonesia, and the National Day of Prayer.
Nigerian Christians Attack Muslims, Kill DozensSubscriber Access Only
Plus: Sudan elected to U.N. human-rights commission, Muslims, mosques, and churches in Europe, Christians in India, and more articles from online sources around the world.
Sudan's Biblical HistorySubscriber Access Only
Sudan's ongoing civil war isn't the only reason Christians should be familiar with the region.
World Journalism Institute Changes Its Focus
Biblical objectivity replaced with mainstream objectivity in training of future Christian journalists.
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.
Supreme Court Rejects Catholic Charities' AppealSubscriber Access Only
Catholic Charities and Roy Moore rejected by the Supreme Court. Plus: Pat Robertson in Israel, Woman, Thou Art Loosed, child porn scandals, and many more articles from online sources around the world.
Judge Blocks Louisiana's Marriage AmendmentSubscriber Access Only
Law school professor says banning polygamy is hypocritical. Plus: Blair pressures Sudan, and Canada's Supreme Court considers same-sex marriage.
A Third Way with Stem CellsSubscriber Access Only
Plus: Creation vs. evolution, William Tyndale College closes, 10 questions with Billy Graham, World Vision pulls out of Iraq, Christians protest Kinsey film, and more articles from online sources around the world.
The Sunday After
What Gulf churches were doing on the first Lord's Day after Katrina.
The New Monasticism
A fresh crop of Christian communities is blossoming in blighted urban settings all over America.
Regulators to Investigate Abortion Pill DeathsSubscriber Access Only
Plus: Vatican to ban gay seminarians, Penn Jillette on his atheism, and more articles from online sources around the world.

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