July 1, 2013
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Hispanic Christians Press Congress on Immigration Reform

Church leaders say reform is the Christian thing to do.

ACLU Sues N.J. to Block Grants to Princeton Seminary and Yeshiva

More than $11 million of funding is at stake.

Russia: Protestant Leader Under House Arrest

Alexander Semchenko was accused of theft.

5 Religious Facts About Frederick Douglass

A statue of the activist was unveiled at the U.S. Capitol on June 19.

 

Breaking Church News

AUC Gains Theology, Health Science Degree Accreditation

The college hasn't set dates for new programs.

Hundreds Baptized as First Phase of NY13 Wraps Up

 Wilson says the campaign isn't finished yet.

This Week's Special Features

Made in the Image of Apple?

Web Exclusive: Gary B. Swanson asks, "Is technology expanding the bounds of humanity?"

Mark Finley's New York Diary

Web Exclusive: Mark Finley, a veteran evangelist, reflects on the Revelation of Hope campaign.

Lover or Seducer?

June 27 Cover Story: John Markovic says Christians should make sure they're not being taken.

Forgiveness

Heart and Soul: Theology: How is forgiveness possible? Ask Roy E. Gane

Sexuality as Something Sacred

Adventist Life: "Why can't we get this 'sexuality thing' right?" wonders David E. Thomas.

1844madesimple.org

Cliff's Edge: Cliff Goldstein introduces a new Web site with materials about the Adventist Church's 1844 doctrine.

Understanding

Editorial: Understanding homosexuality and its explainers is no easier than understanding human nature or divine grace, says Lael Caesar.

Seventh-day Adventists and Other Churches

June 20 Cover Feature: There's a growing desire by leaders of other churches to know more about our church, says William G. Johnsson.

 

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