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The Shiny, Happy OlympicsSubscriber Access Only
Coverage of Salt Lake City's games focuses on who isn't evangelizing.
Bush Puts $135 Million Behind Abstinence from SexSubscriber Access Only
When our children face a choice between self-restraint and self-destruction, government should not be neutral.
Darkness Looms for 'Painter of Light'Subscriber Access Only
Economic struggles and criticism smudge Thomas Kinkade's work
Abortion Decisions Haunt Appeals Court NomineeSubscriber Access Only
Washington law on religious studies found discriminatory, and other stories from online sources from around the world
Benke Suspended for 'Syncretism' after 9/11 EventSubscriber Access Only
Interfaith prayer exposes divisions in LCMS
'A Nuclear Bomb' For Evolution?Subscriber Access Only
Critics of Darwinism say skull's discovery isn't all it's cracked up to be
School Board Allows Evolution AlternativesSubscriber Access Only
A conscience clause for hospitals, the new spanking argument, and more stories from online sources around the world
Riots, Condemnation, Fatwa, and Apology Follow Falwell's CBS CommentsSubscriber Access Only
President of the All India Christian Council: I prayed that the broadcast would not reach India.
In Perspective: Who Are the Raëlians?Subscriber Access Only
A UFO sect that runs a space amusement park and hosts sex conferences now claims it has cloned humans. But why?
Bible Is Getting Even Friendlier to ProgrammersSubscriber Access Only
The English Standard Version will become the first Bible to allow web programmers to innovate new applications with its text
The New York Times Breaks the News That Christians Evangelize MuslimsSubscriber Access Only
Today's front page says, Seeing Islam as 'evil' faith, evangelicals seek converts.
"Weblog: Religion Up, Church Attendance Not"Subscriber Access Only
"The Shelter Now trial goes back to court, reporters judge the Pope's health up close, and other stories from around the world."
Coverage of About Schmidt Casts Shadow on Child SponsorshipSubscriber Access Only
Oscar-nominated film is causing positive and negative ripples in the press and in relief agencies
A Folk-Rock CaravaggioSubscriber Access Only
Jennifer Knapp sings of the Incarnation's bloody realities
Was Smart's Kidnapper Motivated by Religion?Subscriber Access Only
"Theologians and filmmakers question Mel Gibson's Passion, Russell Crowe builds his own church, and more stories from around the world"
Return of Kevin MaxSubscriber Access Only
Eclectic album outlines dc Talk veteran's existence
Taking Slackers to TaskSubscriber Access Only
Teen twins Alex and Brett Harris call their peers to something more.
Gone Baby GoneSubscriber Access Only
Mr. Magorium's Wonder EmporiumSubscriber Access Only

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