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After Bishop Is Accused of Abandoning the Episcopal Church, Diocese Really Does
South Carolina has been fighting with the national body for years.
Methodists Uphold Policy that Calls Homosexuality ‘Incompatible with Christian Teaching’
Delegates left key votes on gay clergy and same-sex marriage to Friday
Senate Rejects Conscience Clause Change to Contraception Rule
The Republican-led bill would have inserted a broad religious exemption.
New Presbyterian Body Aims for Orthodoxy with Less Bureaucracy
(UPDATED) Stats show five times as many churches left the PC(USA) in 2012 as in 2011.
D.C. Pastor Derrick Harkins to Lead Democrats' Faith Outreach
Some Evangelicals Line Up Behind Rick Perry
Bill Would Strengthen Role of Religious Freedom Envoy
Supreme Court Limits Prisoners' Right to Sue
National Debt Becomes Hot Issue for Evangelicals
Have Democrats Lost Faith in Faith-Based Outreach?
Judge: Homeless Shelter Exempt from Discrimination Laws
Methodists Defeat Gay-related Membership Policy
The amendments could have furthered the creation of a new U.S.-only governing body.
In Midst of Church Search, Obamas Spend Easter at St. John's
Obama Notre Dame Speech Draws Fire
Obama Meets with Cardinal in Oval Office
Rabbi Under Fire for Attending Inaugural Prayer Service
Gay Bishop, Woman Added to Obama's Inaugural Prayers
Atheists File Suit to Block Inaugural Prayer
Architect of ELCA merger dies at 90
Robert J. Marshall helped lay the groundwork for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
Focus on the Family Pulls Interview over Beck's Mormon Faith
A group had criticized the organization for not mentioning the television host's faith in the interview.
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