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Churches Begin Cleanup after Ike
Some congregations worry that storm fatigue could cause exodus.
After the Bailout, Government-Owned Churches?
But law profs say church-state problems are unlikely.
Is Everybody Really Fine?
Kirk Jones, writer/director of Everybody's Fine, hopes his new film will inspire families to have more realistic expectations of one another.
When Life Begins
Do laws defining personhood help the unborn?
Should Churches Try to Minimize Disruptions?
Observers weigh in on how churches should respond to children disrupting a worship service.
Should Churches Trademark their Names and Logos?
Observers weigh in.
Is the Lord's Prayer a Christian Prayer?
Observers weigh in as a judge considers the question.
Migrant Ministries: European Churches Revitalized by Asian Diaspora
Churches are filling with both immigrants and locals drawn to new worship styles.
Critics Challenge National Association of Evangelicals' Abortion-Reduction Initiative's Funding
Funding of soon-to-close Generation Forum by pro-contraception group draws criticism from World Magazine and Manhattan Declaration.
Love Isn't Easy in Man Camp Ministry
When roughnecks descend on an oil boomtown, Christians find the gift of hospitality strains their vision of ministry.
God's Wrath and Natural Disasters: Whom Do We Blame?
Social media and the sovereignty of God as Colorado's most destructive fire raged.
First Dalit Woman Elected to India Parliament
Christian groups hope Meira Kumar will raise profile of India's Untouchables.
Quitting Time: The Pope Retired. Should Your Pastor?
Benedict's decision shows how to serve well and leave well, experts say.
Should Churches Stop Sponsoring Boy Scout Troops?
Experts weigh in on whether or not churches should disassociate with the youth organization over its gay-members policy.
The Normal, Drama-Free, Totally-Healthy Christian Homeschool Movement
In a culture that loves shock value, typical evangelicalism rarely makes news.
Thousands Flee as Terrorists Take Over Iraq's Christian Heartland
Canon Andrew White: 'Things in Iraq are so bad now, the worst they have ever been.'
Supreme Court Narrowly Rules For Hobby Lobby
(UPDATED) 5-4 decision on healthcare rules that the government cannot require faith-based organizations to provide contraception against their owners' religious beliefs.
Increasingly, Religious 'Nones' Support Pastors Preaching Politics on Pulpit Freedom Sunday
On eve of seventh Sunday protest, here's what surveys suggest Americans think.
Breakaway Anglicans Can Keep Churches Worth $500 Million, Rules South Carolina Judge
Diocese of South Carolina not required to give properties and name back to national Episcopal Church.

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It’s Not Enough to Preach Racial Justice. We Need to Champion Policy Change.
It’s Not Enough to Preach Racial Justice. We Need to Champion Policy Change.
The legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. reminds us to push past tweetable quotes and ‘big talk’ to practice true Christlike love.

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