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Ready to Stand on Their Own?Subscriber Access Only
In the former Soviet Union, evangelical churches are growing but not yet mature.
Training Shortfall May Imperil GrowthSubscriber Access Only
Christians Fear Return of Restrictions on Religion in RussiaSubscriber Access Only
New Religion Law Fraught with Potential for AbusesSubscriber Access Only
Restrictions on Religion Get Uneven EnforcementSubscriber Access Only
Turning Back the ClockSubscriber Access Only
Non-Orthodox Christians have less religious freedom than a year ago.
Church Members Seek AsylumSubscriber Access Only
Nationalism May Stall Christian Outreach in RussiaSubscriber Access Only
While the re-election of Boris Yeltsin as president likely ensures protection of religious freedom in Russia, a growing nationalist sentiment is fueling new initiatives to control Western-financed missions outreach.
Homeless Overwhelm SheltersSubscriber Access Only
Homeless Overwhelm Shelters
A Precarious Step ForwardSubscriber Access Only
Loosened rules in Russia may mean better times for religious freedom.
Christian Liberal Arts Program Blossoms in MoscowSubscriber Access Only
Religious Freedom Faces CutbackSubscriber Access Only
Religious Freedom Faces Cutback
Jehovah's Witness Verdict StalledSubscriber Access Only
Scripture and Neuroscience Agree: It Helps to Lament in Community
Scripture and Neuroscience Agree: It Helps to Lament in Community
Through song, liturgy, and communion, the body of Christ inhabits the suffering experienced by its weakest members.
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