February 18, 2013
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Catholic Bishops Reject Contraception Proposals

USCCB still seeks an acceptable compromise.

Religion Looms Large in Boy Scouts' Debate

Religious groups sponsor a majority of scouting clubs.

DuBois Leaves W.H. Faith-based Post

Joshua DuBois will teach at New York University.

Missouri Synod President Apologizes for Newtown Interfaith 'Debacle'

Church leader publicly reprimands local pastor.

 

Breaking Church News

Wilson Meets Indonesia's President

Pledges cooperation to help people in need

In Tahiti, Wilson Urges Spiritual Leadership

Wilson meets with President Oscar Temaru.

Noted Preacher, Author Morris Venden Dies

Ministered to generations, had wide influence.

This Week's Special Features

A 'Retiring' Pope

Web Exclusive: Retired church leader Bert Beach shares his take on Pope Benedict's resignation.

Moving in the Same Direction

Theology: Thoughts about the unity of our church from Gerhard Pfandl.

After the Flood

Editorial: "The true story of the Adventist experience is a continuing 'people's history' of the grace and goodness of God," says Bill Knott.

Must Love God (Adventists and Online Dating)

Cover Feature: Kimberly Luste Maran takes an honest look at Adventists looking for love in cyberspace.

Taking the Hint

Dateline Moscow: How can we face our responsibilities? Ask Andrew McChesney.

The Gehazi Syndrome: Suffering Familiarity With the Holy

Web Exclusive: The story of Elisha's servant speaks to busy people, says Gerald Klingbeil.

Celebrate Your Troubles

Web Exclusive: An excerpt from the book Blessing of Adversity by U.S. Senate Chaplain Barry Black.

What's a Body to Do?

January 24 Cover Feature: Gina Wahlen's story of what we should do when there are no guarantees for our health and well-being

 

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