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Public Grievance
Calvin Seminary's first female professor alleges sex discrimination.
Coalition Breaking
Christian lobbyists in Alabama fight over track betting.
Capital Doubts
Supreme Court mulls lethal injections as Christian support for the death penalty drops.
Presidential Clones
All three candidates have voted to fund embryonic stem-cell research.
Blessed Insurance
Many pastors lack access to adequate health benefits.
Loss Is Gain
Denial of Hutterite request offers defense for other faith groups.
'Freedom of Worship' Worries
New religious freedom rhetoric within the Obama administration draws concern.
Culling the Flock
Multi-faith seminary in; evangelical schools out.
'I'm Afraid She'll Be Killed Very Soon if Nothing Happens'
A conversation with the French journalist who has followed Asia Bibi’s plight in Pakistan.
'The Romeikes Can Stay': Good News for German Home-Schooling Family Denied Asylum
Family no longer faces deportation, despite Supreme Court punting on whether home schooling is a religious freedom.
The Most Popular and Fastest Growing Bible Translation Isn't What You Think It Is
NIV vs. KJV: Surveys and searches suggest the translation that most Americans are reading is actually not the bookstore bestseller.
PC(USA) Divests From Some Israeli Holdings. Does It Matter?
(UPDATED) The divestment of the 1.8 million-member denomination may have symbolic power, but how much?
‘Not Forgotten’: The Top 50 Countries Where It’s Most Difficult to Be a Christian
Open Doors says 2014 saw the worst persecution of Christians in the 'modern era'—but not because of violence.
The 'Boy Who Came Back from Heaven' Retracts Story
(UPDATED) Alex Malarkey's mother, grandmother, and publisher weigh in on retraction of best-selling book; John MacArthur first raised concerns two years ago.
Indonesia Executes Drug Smuggler Whose Faith Inspired Hillsong’s Brian Houston
(UPDATED) Funeral for Andrew Chan, whom Sydney pastor communicated with 'almost every day,' involves his own eulogy.
Churches Hold Off on Divestment
Episcopalians and Mennonites don't divest from Israel, while a pro-Israel campus group gets a $20 million jumpstart.
Two CCCU Colleges to Allow Same-Sex Married Faculty
(UPDATED) CCCU board invites member presidents to 'discuss the issue.'
Westmont Grieves Passing of Former President David Winter
Longtime Christian educator helped found the CCCU.
It's Official: Terrorists Are Now the Persecuted Church's Greatest Threat
State Department releases latest report on religious freedom in nearly 200 countries.
How Paris Affected American Attitudes on Helping Syrian Refugees
World Vision poll suggests terrorism didn't change compassion. Other polls highlight fears.

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And Campaign to Add 13 New Chapters During Pandemic
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Political tensions and growing racial awareness have fueled interest in its message of social justice and biblical morality.

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