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Military Culture War
Armed services debate prayer 'in Jesus' name.'
Tea Sympathy
A small sect's Supreme Court victory thrills religious liberty groups, who see a bright future in the Roberts court.
Alien Proposals
Evangelical leaders divided over moral, policy questions on immigration.
Hostages' Pastor: 'Remorse Is the Face of the Church'
Interview with Park Eun-jo: 'I don't want this to be a stumbling block for missions.'
Televangelism Pioneer Rex Humbard Dies at 88
Elvis Presley, millions of others were faithful viewers in the 1950s and beyond.
In the Aftermath of a Kidnapping
The South Korean missionary movement seeks to mature without losing its zeal.
Arming in the Aftermath
Shooting spree at two churches prompts pastors to rethink security plans.
Romney Campaign Disputes Voter Guide
Focus on the Family video says Romney acknowledged Mormonism was not a Christian faith.
Racing with Jesus
Ministry on the NASCAR tracks.
Election News Quiz: We Know You're Sick of It
But have you really been paying attention? Find out if you really know the latest religious turns in the 2008 campaign.
News Quiz: Christmas Specials
Black Friday promotions at Planned Parenthood and the Creation Museum.
What Washington Swore By
Do pastors die young? Who would Jesus smack down, anyway? And who's avoiding a too-Christian prayer?
Here's an Idea
Time magazine writes about a new idea in religion, The Christian Science Monitor gives a dire prediction, and other questions from this week's news.
Be Careful What You Wish For
Access to federal money may be mixed blessing for embryonic research.
That Keeps the Doctor Away?
What health recommendation did Britain's National Health Service recently make? What songs are two mothers suing about? And other questions from this week's news.
Guess Who's Coming for Dinner
What TV host is promoting a course introducing people to Christianity?
The Art of Cyber Church
Joel Hunter is known by many as part of President Obama's inner circle of pastors. Fewer know him as one of America's most innovative church planters.
An Invisible Wall
Twenty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, a pastor in Berlin assesses Germany's spiritual climate.
Anti-Homosexuality Bill Divides Ugandan and American Christians
American pastors and leaders are united in condemning the legislation while Ugandans are united in support.
Q+A: Philip Ryken, Wheaton's Next President
'I want to cultivate a campus-wide community of grace.'

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The Supreme Court Needs to Be Less Central to American Public Life
The Supreme Court Needs to Be Less Central to American Public Life
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