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In Case You Missed It 3: Blogs We Updated This Week

New info on public crosses, China house churches, the Gosnell murder trial, Syria, Pakistan, and more.

In addition to reporting fresh religion news daily, CT updates stories we previously reported.

We tweet the updates; but in case you're not one of our 112,000 Twitter followers (and really, why aren't you?), here's what you missed this week:

(Editor's note: This is NOT a roundup of the new blogs we posted this week, so shouldn't replace your daily reading!)

Supreme Court Rejects Appeal of Mt. Soledad Cross

Update: Not all cross disputes head to the court: One California city has reached an "unusually amicable" compromise.

Fired British Christians Lose 3 of 4 Cases in Landmark Human Rights Ruling

Update: Christians who lost their high-profile cases say they plan to appeal the ECHR rulings.

China Cracks Down on House Churches

Update: Latest house church raid leads to arrest of U.S. pastor Dennis Balcombe.

'Bible' Miniseries Year's Most-Watched Cable TV Show, DVD Sales Booming

Update: Good news for fans of "The Bible": Producer Mark Burnett is already planning a follow-up show.

#Gosnell 'Tweetfest' Aims to Raise Profile of Abortion Doctor's Murder Trial

Update: As Kermit Gosnell's murder trial entered its fifth week, the judge threw out 3 of the 7 murder charges against him.

Disputed Asylum for German Homeschoolers Heads to Sixth Circuit

Update: Case of Christian Romeike family heads to court, testing persecution boundaries.

Suzanne Hinn Files for Divorce

Update: Televangelist Benny Hinn now has reconciled with Suzanne–and married her again.

Largest Paris Protest Since 1984 Is Against (Not For) Same-Sex Marriage

Update: In spite of earlier protest, the French Parliament voted to legalize gay marriage.

Court Says City Can Tax Church Room By Room

Update: After losing its tax fight, Destiny Christian Center recently sold its 26-acre property.

Drunken Quarrel Between Friends Sparks Pakistan's Biggest Religious Riot Since 2009

Update: Violence against religious minorities is on the rise in Pakistan, but some Christians are fighting back.

Syrian Christians: Caught Up in Chaos of Faith and Politics

Update: Two Orthodox bishops kidnapped Monday are the latest victims of Syrian rebel violence.

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