August 29, 2011
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Libya After Gaddafi: Prayers Voiced for Access to Jesus

Will doors open to the gospel?

National Cathedral Incurs Quake Damage

Stones fall from the central tower.

Alabama Clergy Battle Immigration Law

Church leaders say the new law would make several ministries illegal.

King's Nephew to Head Civil Rights Group

Isaac Farris will lead SCLC.

 

Breaking Church News

Wagner Returns to Union College as Interim President

Search for permanent chief continues.

This Week's Special Features

The Reluctant School Teacher

Cover Feature: Stanley D. Hickerson tells us about a woman who let God use her to do amazing things.

What's to Believe About the Bible?

Heart and Soul--Biblical Studies: Clinton Wahlen takes an honest look at the topic of biblical authority.

Competition

Editorial: Lael Caesar thinks about the differences between now and then.

A Resource for Preacherless Churches

Back to Basics: If your congregation needs a preacher, Hyveth Williams has some ideas.

God's Psychology

Cover Feature: Is there a role for psychology in the Christian faith? Grant Leitma explains.

Should We Be Laughing?

Web Exclusive: Why is society so interested in the apocalypse? Gary B. Swanson shares his perspective.

Why Conservative Churches are Growing

Web Exclusive: A compelling essay from Albert Mohler.

 

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