August 6, 2012
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Orthodox Jews Use Smartphones, Websites to Complete Talmud Cycle

Want to study the Talmud? There's an app for that.

State Department Highlights Global Religious Restrictions in New Report

Almost half the world's governments have serious issues in this regard.

Bible Museum Closes $50 Million Deal for D.C. Spot

Dallas and New York were possible locations.

Religion at the Olympics, From Ancient Greece to London

London games accommodates religious athletes with 193 chaplains on site.


Breaking Church News

Columbia Union Votes Gender-Neutral Ordinations

Constituency meeting delegates vote change despite leadership plea.

This Week's Special Features

Moving Hearts and Minds Upward

More than 6,500 educators cultivate their call to ministry at Nashville Teachers Convention.

Presbyopia and Christian Education

Transformation Tips: We must never forget the value that Christian education affords our young people, says Delbert W. Baker.

A Different Ministry

Web Exclusive: Adventist Risk Management is on a mission to protect children from sexual abuse, says Julio Muñoz.

Going Back Again

Cover Feature: Esther Ramos shares lessons learned from the classroom.

The Golden Role

Editorial: Bill Knott on the real difference a Christian teacher can make in the life of a student.

Would I Do It All Over Again?

July 26 Cover Feature: Adventist Education: A look at a parent's perspective with Harper DeLong.

Inclusive Teaching

Feature: A new norm for Adventist schools? Kim Kaiser has an answer.

To Beast or Not to Beast

July 19 Cover Story: In teaching about prophecy, Shane Anderson asks, are Adventists presenting Jesus clearly?


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