August 4, 2014
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

U.S. State Department: Religious Persecution Makes Migrants out of Millions

Turkmenistan joins list of worst religious freedom offenders.

Mosul: Islamic Troops Take Over 4th Century Monastery

The U.N. has denounced the persecution of minorities in Iraq.

Appeals Court: Ground Zero Cross Can Stay at 9/11 Museum

A panel of judges dismissed the lawsuit by atheists.

Meriam Ibrahim Gains Freedom From Sudan

Her death sentence caused and international outcry.

This Week's Special Features

One People: Washed by the Blood, Robed in White

Editorial: "God did not leave humanity without an effective remedy for such divisiveness," says John Fowler.

Maintaining Church Unity

Transformation Tips: Delbert W. Baker offers practical advice on how to avoid "the MEGO effect."

Abraham's Other Children

July 24 Cover: Linda Smith on how God is reaching Muslims with the gospel.

The New, Friendly Face of the Papacy

As I See It: Gerhard Padderatz takes a look at reading current events in the light of prophecy.

Hearing the Thump

Journeys with Jesus: Jill Morikone reminds us of the moments we have to see clearly in order to be of help to others.

Taking God Out of the Equation

Heart and Soul Theology: Are some people comfortable with a cosmos that just "evolved?" Ariel A. Roth explores the topic.

Roots

Editorial: Gerald Klingbeil battles roots that were deeply entrenched. It's hard to move that which is firmly rooted, right?

What Do You Mean: Seventh-day Adventist?

July 17 Cover Feature: Lee Roy Holmes takes a look at our identity. Who knows us? And how are we known?

 

Pioneer Memorial Church

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