August 23, 2010
World Religion News

Headlines from Religion News Service

More Than 1,000 Accept Christ During Sturgis Biker Rally

Some 600,000 bikers attended the South Dakota rally.

Religious Leaders Blast N.Y. Mosque Opponents

The project gives opportunity to raise interreligious understanding, leaders say.

Study says Religious Hospitals More Efficient, Provide Better Care

Researchers compared 255 health care systems.

Study Finds Prayer Aids Relationships

But scholars say religious may not always help couples.

This Week's Special Features

The Sabbath and Colossians 2

Shadows of something better to come.

Let Us Play and Pray

Sabbathkeeping is good for marriage.

Focus on Relationships

The Advenist Review presents several articles to help establish and maintain happy, fulfilling relationships.

To Forgive or Not to Forgive

Why another article about this topic? Because it's easier to read about it than it is to do it.

Preachers Who Don't Believe

A recent study reveals some troubling findings.

The Supreme Court Has No Protestants. Does it Matter?

With the swearing in of Elana Kagan to the U.S. Supreme Court, the high court now has six Catholics and three Jews.

ASI Special Issue

The Adventist Review highlights the many ministries of Adventist-laymen’s Services and Industries, showing their impact on the church’s mission.

 

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