February 2, 2015
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Pope Francis Wants Marriage Annulments to be Free

The move has spurred pushback from conservatives.

Saudi’s King Salman Unlikely to Change Course

Salman called for unity among Arab and Islamic nations.

Church of England Ordains First Female Bishop

Bishops from all over the world watched the historic ceremony.

Presbyterians Scrap Ad Campaign Deemed Offensive to Minorities

A new campaign will appear in February.


Breaking Church News

Here's Proof That Adventist Education Offers an Advantage

News commentary: The CognitiveGenesis study and my own research show that Adventist schools are producing young people who outrank their peers in North America.

This Week's Special Features

This World Is . . . Actually Our Home

The Life of Faith: Andy Nash talks about the new earth and what awaits us.

Religious Liberty vs. Erotic Liberty

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Albert Mohler comments on the firing of Kelvin Cochran, former chief of the Atlanta Fire Rescue Department, who was terminated for his biblical view of marriage.

“You Visited Me”

Adventist Life: Dwain Esmond reports on doing time with United Prison Ministries International.

Jesus Wept

Editorial: "But we and He still do weep for different reasons," says Lael Caesar.

The Elder Brother

January 22 Cover Feature: "Grace bestowed is nothing to bitterly regret. It is something, in the spirit of our Elder Brother, to generously share," says Dean Waterman.

No-man’s-land

Story: Alejandro Medina's powerful experience of serving God in the middle of a drug war.

Required: Personal Experience

Back to Basics: "Our anchor can and will hold only if, like the Samaritans, our faith is built on nothing less than a personal knowledge and experience of Jesus Christ’s righteousness," says Hyveth Williams.



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