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Christian Family Group Gives Up Nine-Year Disney BoycottSubscriber Access Only
American Family Association ends Disney boycott. Light sabers are dangerous. Farewell to "Tony the Tiger" and the "Grinch" singer. And more.
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Recent stats on Bible reading, radio listening, and giving by evangelicals.
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Christians murdered in Pakistan and Bangladesh, and Oregon's supreme court overturns same-sex marriages.
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Jesus Music Goes to ... Morocco?Subscriber Access Only
The recent Friendship Fest featured some of Christian music's top artists playing their songs for a crowd of some 85,000—mostly Muslims— in the North African nation of Morocco.
Whose Side Is God On?Subscriber Access Only
A Christian and Muslim talk frankly about the Crusades epic Kingdom of Heaven, and what impact it may have on Christian-Muslim relations
Petra Calls It QuitsSubscriber Access Only
One of Christian music's most enduring rock bands decides to hang it up after 33 years, according to an exclusive news story at PetraRocksMyWorld.com.
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Americorps allowed in Catholic schools, and North Korea leads Open Door's persecution list.
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Recent stats on Congo's war, volunteering, and Terri Schiavo.
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Recent stats Congo's war, volunteering, and Terri Schiavo
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Recent stats on teenage doubt, sex abuse settlement sums, and scalping Osteen tickets.
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Anti-homosexuality free speech, UK cloning, and a UN cloning ban.
Narnia Director Speaks OutSubscriber Access Only
Andrew Adamson says directing The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe is "kind of like a gift." Plus: Halle Berry gets Razzed; Hunter S. Thompson commits suicide; Tom Cruise brings Scientology to the set.
The GMA Fights BackSubscriber Access Only
With Christian teens illegally downloading music apparently at the same rate as their mainstream peers, the Gospel Music Association hopes its anti-piracy campaign will stem the tide.
Televangelists Get KudosSubscriber Access Only
Study: TV preachers don't talk about money all that much.
Go FigureSubscriber Access Only
Recent stats on helping the needy, the tsunami, and religious government officials.
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The latest on evolution in school, persecution, and other stories.
The Gospel Goes to SundanceSubscriber Access Only
At the recent Sundance Film Festival, a group of Fuller Theological Seminary students and profs to bridge the gap between secular film and the Christian church.

Top Story August 5, 2020

An Attack on Faith-Based Exemptions Is an Attack on the Founders’ Vision
An Attack on Faith-Based Exemptions Is an Attack on the Founders’ Vision
A historian’s “intentionally provocative” account of religious liberty in America leaves too little room for claims of conscientious dissent.

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