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Judge Orders Scientology Critic to Pay Church $500,000Subscriber Access Only
Plus: Remembering the sack of Constantinople, criminal evangelistic strategies, Heather Mercer heads to Iraq, The Passion soundtrack goes gold, and other stories from online sources around the world.
Debates on Debates on Church DisciplineSubscriber Access Only
Catholic bishops will issue statement on Communion as a Matthew 18 lawsuit is reinstated against a Texas Bible church. Plus: Samuel Huntington on why atheists are outsiders, religious leaders apologize for Abu Ghraib, and many other stories from online sources around the world.
Will the American Bar Association Bar Judges as Scout Leaders?Subscriber Access Only
Plus: Senate leader vs. EU vs. Arab League on Darfur genocide, Mrs. Bush vs. Kerry/Edwards on stem cells, and Luis Palau in the Twin Cities.
Newsweek Raises Up StonesSubscriber Access Only
Plus: Deal Hudson gets contrite as Bill Donohue turns nasty.
Florida Supreme Court Strikes Down 'Terri's Law'Subscriber Access Only
Plus: TBN slams LA Times reports, and other stories from online sources around the world.
Harder Numbers on 'Values Voters'Subscriber Access Only
Plus: More Christians react to Arafat's death, abortion debates in Australia and Kenya, and other stories from online sources around the world.
Chicago Church Raises Money to Hire ProstitutesSubscriber Access Only
Plus: Dignified anger and judgment at Anglican meeting, Messianic Muslims, and The Cider House Doesn't Rule.
Judge OKs Creationism in Library Meeting RoomSubscriber Access Only
Also: Will worship ruin a Russian church and other religion news stories from around the world.
Are Ex-Gay Ministries the Next Big Thing?Subscriber Access Only
Plus: The search for an inoffensive mascot, Philadelphia clergy protest a newspaper headline, and other stories from around the Internet
The Nicest Battle Over Religion in SchoolsSubscriber Access Only
Plus: Colson gets to vote, Dr. Laura apologizes, and other stories from other media sources.
Pro-Marriage Pro-Gay Pro-blem.Subscriber Access Only
Plus: Violence cancels Christmas in Bethlehem, missionaries killed and injured in Haiti accident.
Billy Graham Steps Down but Isn't RetiringSubscriber Access Only
Plus: Salon.com's religion coverage, a renegade crime-fighting priest, and other stories from media around the world.
Focus on the Family, Others Oppose New Air Force GuidelinesSubscriber Access Only
Plus: FDA official quits over Plan B, UMC's first Korean-American bishop resigns, and other stories from online sources around the world.
Schiavo Was Blind and Unabused, Says AutopsySubscriber Access Only
Plus: Gloomy predictions for the UCC, Indianapolis Star editorial writers allege religious discrimination, and other stories from online sources around the world.
$10 Osteen Tickets Going for $100+Subscriber Access Only
Plus: Evangelicals in Morocco, doubts on Uganda's AIDS numbers, Doug Wead hands over Bush tapes, and other stories from online sources around the world.
N.Y. Court: Religious Groups Must Pay for ContraceptivesSubscriber Access Only
Plus: Human-rabbit chimeras, Catholic bishops push for Iraq withdrawal, more on Judas, Pat the "prophet," and other stories from online sources around the world.
Jesus Didn't Walk on Water, Judas Was a Hero, Evolution 'Proved,' Prayer Doesn't Work ...Subscriber Access Only
The week's top hyperboles, plus links to more than 350 religion news and opinion stories from online sources from around the world.
U.S. Court Says Coach Can Pray With PlayersPlus: Baptist Foundation of Arizona leaders convicted (a bit), 1000-year-old Psalter found in an Irish bog, Ralph Reed's future, and other stories from online sources around the world.Subscriber Access Only
Plus: Baptist Foundation of Arizona leaders convicted (a bit), 1000-year-old Psalter found in an Irish bog, Ralph Reed's future, and other stories from online sources around the world.
Go FigureSubscriber Access Only
Recent stats on Iraqi refugees, embezzlement, and Congress's religion.
Go FigureSubscriber Access Only
Recent statistics on religious websites, evangelicals and homosexual teachers, and women's roles.
The Hidden Cost of Tax Exemption
The Hidden Cost of Tax Exemption
Churches may someday lose their tax-exempt status. Would that be as bad as it sounds?
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