April 18, 2011
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

New Regulations: Church Nurseries Must Replace Cribs

The new regulations outlaw drop-side cribs.

Anglicans Move to Prevent Sham Marriages

Strict identity checks are now required.

Catholic Bishops Report Seven Abuse Cases in 2010

Settlements totaled $70 million in 2010.

Long-lost Letter Sheds Light on Lincoln's Faith

The estimated worth of the letter is $35,000.

This Week's Special Features

No More Hope?

The tragedy of suicide shouldn't be compounded by faulty theology.

Passing the Poison

We have enough to be concerned about without adding rumor-mongering to the mix.

Reaching the Unreached

Adventist Frontier Missions takes on the challenge of touching the world for Christ.

Celebrate Your Troubles

An excerpt from The Blessing of Adversity by Barry Black,
chaplain of the U.S. Senate and a Seventh-day Adventist minister.

AAA Board Votes on La Sierra University Accreditation

AAA grants the university a limited extension.

As Things Unravel: An Adventist Ponders the Middle East

Shawn Boonstra shares his perspective on today's headlines.

What's Happening to These Kids?

Why the childhood obesity epidemic must matter to Adventists.

 

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