February 6, 2012
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

U.S. Split on Campaign Religion Talk

For many voters, religion is not a factor when choosing a political candidate.

Woman Charged With Embezzling $1 Million From NY Archdiocese

The archdiocese did not conduct a criminal background check.

Study: U.S. Muslims Don't Want Shariah Law

Some 212 Muslims were surveyed.

European Secularists: We're Not Treated Fairly

Humanists say the nonreligious are discriminated against.

This Week's Special Features

The "Invisible" Piano

Web Exclusive: Do you believe in miracles? Wilhelmina Dunbar does.

Team Spirit

Dateline Moscow: Let the Holy Spirit work, suggests Andrew McChesney.

The Note

Cover Story: Gina Wahlen tells the story of a young girl who wanted God to read her heart. She got her wish and then some.

Heaven

Editorial: Lael Caesar wants us to consider where heaven is really found.

Body Parts

Editorial: Gerald A. Klingbeil unpacks a crucial message from Paul.

An Accomplished Life

Cover Feature: Get to know the story of Terry Johnsson and his unique life experiences, featured by Mark A. Kellner.

Adventists and Alcohol

Web Exclusive: With studies showing the benefits of alcohol use, how should Adventists respond? asks Dr. Peter Landless.

 

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