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World's Lutherans drop investments in fossil fuels

World's Lutherans drop investments in fossil fuels

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The most beautiful thing in the Universe

The most beautiful thing in the Universe

We live in a strange time, with traditional words like mother and father being lost, or mocked, with confusion about sexual identity, with narcissism, self-absorption, skepticism, nihilism. But there yet remains... the faith

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Prediction: Presbyterians will decline in numbers

Prediction: Presbyterians will decline in numbers

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Pakistan: Christians come together in protest

Pakistan: Christians come together in protest

Thousands of Christians hit the streets in Pakistan to protest their persecution at the hands of Muslim terrorists.

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Where are the Catholic leaders in Congress?

Where are the Catholic leaders in Congress?

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Canadian churches prefer closing to French services

Canadian churches prefer closing to French services

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Book review: An Anxious Age, The Post-Protestant Ethic

Book review: An Anxious Age, The Post-Protestant Ethic

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Mennonites persecuted in Vietnam

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Pope Francis: docility and humility in Christian unity

Pope Francis: docility and humility in Christian unity

Pope Francis gave a video message to viewers at a conference held by Evangelist Kenneth Copeland, and Bishop Tony Palmer of the Anglican Episcopal Communion of the CEEE, in which he called for understanding and forgiveness.

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Germany: Christian pastors commit 'high treason' against Jesus and Gospel

Germany: Christian pastors commit 'high treason' against Jesus and Gospel

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India: Catholic bishop jailed for human rights advocacy

India: Catholic bishop jailed for human rights advocacy

In addition to Catholic Archbishop Anil Couto, two Protestant bishops - Roger Gaikwad and Alwan Masih were also arrested by police in Delhi. In addition, two Christian lay activists are being held for their human rights advocacy.

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India acquits murderers and arsonists who attack Christians

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Hindu extremists strike Assembly of God congregation twice

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Government shut-down discriminates against Catholics in US military

Government shut-down discriminates against Catholics in US military

Protestant services have not been effected at the Kings Bay submarine base in Georgia. Only Catholic members of the military have been affected by an order prohibiting Catholic chaplains from offering Mass.

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Evangelicals 'worse' than Catholic Church in hiding sexual abuse

Evangelicals 'worse' than Catholic Church in hiding sexual abuse

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Egypt: local Anglican bishop calls for prayers as Christians are persecuted

Egypt's Christians beg for prayers and solidarity in the face of Muslim rampage.

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Evangelical Christian group admits homosexuality can't be 'cured'

Evangelical Christian group admits homosexuality can't be 'cured'

The former leader of Exodus International, which had touted a 'cure' for homosexual attraction, has himself admitted to same-sex attraction.

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Spain: Evangelical leader says media puts Protestants at the back of the bus

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What to expect from Pope Francis I

A non-Catholic Christian's take on the new Pope of Rome.

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Methodist pastor allegedly murdered two wives

Methodist pastor allegedly murdered two wives

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Evangelical pastor charged with raping mentally handicapped girl

Evangelical pastor charged with raping mentally handicapped girl

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Illinois faith groups ask legislators to resist same-sex marriage

Illinois faith groups ask legislators to resist same-sex marriage

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Sri Lanka: Violent dispossession of Christian churches by Buddhists

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Incoming Archbishop of Canterbury named

Incoming Archbishop of Canterbury named

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Pakistan: rape and forced conversion of girls still reigns

Pakistan: rape and forced conversion of girls still reigns

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Mexico sees Catholic/Protestant divide over public education

Mexico sees Catholic/Protestant divide over public education

A proposed reform of Mexico's constitution has Protestants and secularists worried that Catholics will dominate public education.

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On a day like today: St Robert Southwell and the sovereign state

On a day like today: St Robert Southwell and the sovereign state

Drawing a line connecting Elizabethan England to Obama's America: Faith vrs the Sovereign State.

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Romney is the only viable option for Evangelical Christian voters

Romney is the only viable option for Evangelical Christian voters

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Anglican clergy to strut on high-fashion catwalk

Anglican clergy to strut on high-fashion catwalk

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Sweden leads the way in secularism and irreligion

Sweden leads the way in secularism and irreligion

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How much is enough? Part 9 in a series on JustFaith

How much is enough? Part 9 in a series on JustFaith

Written by a Lutheran pastor, 'How Much is Enough?' is a compelling read that has plenty of food for thought. How can Christians in America and the West resist 'affluenza'?

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Turkey: Evangelical church assaulted by Muslim activists

Turkey: Evangelical church assaulted by Muslim activists

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Assembly of God congregation robbed at gunpoint in Mexico

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Ghost Rider, Spirit of Vengeance: movie review

Ghost Rider, Spirit of Vengeance: movie review

In Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, Nicholas Cage returns as Johnny Blaze only to burn out.

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The Church comes to the Sundance film festival

The Church comes to the Sundance film festival

Christians need to be a part of the cultural conversation about art and film.

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India:  Islamic court charges Anglican and Catholic with prosyletism

India: Islamic court charges Anglican and Catholic with prosyletism

Final sentence within days. Grand Mufti of the region claims the two men are guilty of forced conversions. Rev. Khanna: "I fear for my life." John Dayal of the All Indian Christian Council (AICC): "Islamic Court has no authority, India is a secular and democratic state".

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Kashmir: Indian Christians in a panic over Islamist persecution

Kashmir: Indian Christians in a panic over Islamist persecution

Two Christian missionaries to be sentenced by Islamic court in India. Tiny Christian community panicked by Islamists in Kashmir in officially secularist India.

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Cult leader wins distinction for his 39 wives

Cult leader wins distinction for his 39 wives

Cult leader Zionnghaka Chana sees no obstacle to having one big happy family, with 39 wives.

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European governments turn to churches to help HIV/AIDS sufferers

European governments turn to churches to help HIV/AIDS sufferers

Russia's government can no longer care for HIV/AIDS patients in some areas, and has turned to the Orthodox church for help.

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TV preacher Osteen ventures into reality TV

TV preacher Osteen ventures into reality TV

Televangelist Osteen teams up with 'Survivor' producer.

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Wedding site of Pocahontas discovered

Wedding site of Pocahontas discovered

Pocahontas, before she married John Rolfe, was kidnapped and held for ransom by the English. She was later baptized, but died young in England.

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Thanksgiving: What Americans owe to Squanto and a Pope

Thanksgiving: What Americans owe to Squanto and a Pope

It was a native American, Squanto, who was essential to the survival of the Puritans who were starving at Plymouth Rock. What the Pilgrims did not know was how much they owed to the Catholic Church and Catholic Spain.

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Saint of the Day: Margaret, Queen of Scotland

Saint of the Day: Margaret, Queen of Scotland

An Anglo-Saxon, Margaret was born in Hungary and eventually became queen of Scotland. She gave birth to both kings and a queen, and was known for her piety and charity.

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Reuniting church and state

Reuniting church and state

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