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Military Chaplains Don't Mind Prayer Guidelines
Plus: Prayers of strangers don't help the sick, no out of state same-sex marriages in Mass., and more articles from online sources around the world.
Jesus Camp Shuts Down, But Fischer Says Her 'Indoctrination' Will Continue
Other Christian camp leaders say her camp and documentary about it don't represent mainstream Christian camping.
Dispensational Dustup
Student dismissed from leadership for 'potentially divisive' beliefs.
Pastor Charged with Criminal Discrimination
Finland's courts step in after visiting pastor refuses to lead service with a woman.
Imperials Embroiled in Lawsuit Over Name
One of Christian music's most popular singing groups is entangled in a legal battle that puts father and son on opposing sides.
The Party of Faith
Democrats and Republicans vie for the title in their upcoming elections.
Evangelical Moderates
Are they becoming less conservative? Or are they just saying so?
Sorting through the Rubble
Westmont College rebuilds after fire destroys 20 percent of its campus.
Pastoral Scene
Also: A tough week for the Vatican, talking about mercy, and Proposition 8's big spenders.
Heroes: Not the TV Show
How much do you know about Milk, ashes, and more from this week's news?
An Urgent Message
What new prophecy is creating buzz, who's praying with President Obama, and other questions from this week's news.
You Want Me to Bring What to Church?
A pastor wants his congregation to show and tell, Harvard graduates sign a new pledge, and other questions from this week's news.
Q & A: Robert A. Schuller
The son of a famous evangelist tells CT why he left The Hour of Power.
American Idols
Tim Keller explains why money, sex, and power so easily capture our affections.
Q+A: Mark Rutland on Oral Roberts's Legacy
The Oral Roberts University president reflects on a man who had a big vision.
Dinesh D'Souza to Lead NYC's King's College
Appointment of author and speaker prompts the questions: How Catholic is he? And how Protestant is the Campus Crusade–affiliated school?
Q & A: Billy Graham on Aging, Regrets, and Evangelicals
The evangelist says he "sometimes crossed the line" in politics, "old age can be a lonely time," and warns evangelicals of being "victims of our own success."
Q & A: Bobby Jindal on his Vision
Louisiana's governor talks about his conversion and policy priorities.
Q & A: Michele Bachmann on Cuts for Aid Relief, Obama's Faith and Credibility, and Francis Schaeffer
The Tea Party caucus chair talks to CT about recent military actions in Libya, why she opposes governmental steps to combat global warming, and her potential presidential candidacy.
Choice Targets
Priest sues pro-life watchdog for defamation.

Top Story February 28, 2021

Introducing: Surprised by Grief
Introducing: Surprised by Grief
On our new podcast, Daniel Harrell and Clarissa Moll discuss how sudden loss shapes the grief experience and influences the spiritual lives of those left behind.

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