February 28, 2011
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Faith Groups Defend Tax Deductions for Charitable Giving

Obama wants reduced tax deductions for wealthy donors.

Oregon Bill Would End Protections for Faith Healers

Supporters say bill reduces child deaths.

Grassroots Group Pressures King on Muslim Hearings

80 faith leaders object to hearings on the radicalization of U.S. Muslims.

Vatican: iPhone Apps Won't Forgive Sins

The app helps people prepare for confession.

This Week's Special Features

Whistling in the Light

Across the face of Adventism, investment opportunities abound.

David Asscherick's Eyewitness Account of the NZ Earthquake

Adventism's First Black Family

The story of a family who played a significant but almost unknown role in Seventh-day Adventist history.

Preaching the Everlasting Gospel to All the Earth

There are no lost causes.

Let the Rebelution Begin

Why today's youth and young adults are resisting society's attempts to categorize them.

From the Hood to the Hill

The story of U.S. Senate Chaplain Barry Black

November 19

An excerpt from the book Love, Kirsten, the saga of slain student missionary Kirsten Wolcott.

 

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