July 23, 2012
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Gallup: New Low in Religious Confidence

The poll included 1,004 adults.

160 Chaplains to Serve Olympians

But overt evangelism is restricted.

Debate Reignites Over Religion at Air Force Academy

Congressmen allege religious hostilities at AFA.

Bible Museum Planned for Washington, D.C.

The museum will open within four years.

 

Breaking Church News

After Lawsuit, Alabama City Agrees to Literature Evangelists' Return

Alabaster, Alabama, will allow students to share Adventist message, pending dispute resolution.

This Week's Special Features

The Missing Story in "Seventh-Gay Adventists"

The Life of Faith: Andy Nash shares his perspective on a new documentary film.

To Beast or Not to Beast

July 19 Cover Story: In teaching about prophecy, are Adventists presenting Jesus clearly? Shane Anderson asks.

Carpe Diem Unplugged

Editorial: Gerald Klingbeil shares reader responses to his March 22, 2012, editorial, "Carpe Diem."

The Intentional Use of Influence

The Leadership Connection: In this new Adventist Review column Oakwood University President Leslie N. Pollard shares his perspective on Christian leadership.

In Christ

Adventist Life: Wayne Blakely reminds us that what matters most is what Christ is doing for us now.

A Different Ministry

Web Exclusive: Adventist Risk Management is on a mission to protect children from sexual abuse, says Julio Muñoz.

WorldPlay

Web Exclusive: Have you ever read a great story that ended too soon? Gary Swanson says you're not alone.

Present Truth in Music

July 12 Cover Feature: "The truth of music gets obscured if too much attention is focused on the performer," says Herbert Blomstedt.

 

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Está Escrito

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