July 25, 2011
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Church of England May Divest From News Corp.

The church owns a $6 million share.

Pastors Lobby for Poor in Heated Deficit Talks

Four thousand pastors sent open letter to U.S. lawmakers.

Ireland Pushes Priests to Report Confessed Sex Abuse

Clergy may be jailed for noncompliance.

Greek Churches Feel Financial Pinch

Some have trouble paying clergy.

This Week's Special Features

It's True: Your Behavior Affects Your Genes

The Life of Faith: Can genetics affect one's Christian journey? Andy Nash shares his perspective.

Stress and Civility

Editorial: Sandra Blackmer offers a solution.

Going Wrong With Confidence

Cover Feature: What have we learned in the 150 years since the beginning of the Civil War in the U.S.? Bert Williams explains. 

Slavery and the War: Both North and South are to Blame

Spirit of Prophecy: Ellen G. White had something to say about the crime of slavery.

Running--With Purpose

Introducing the Why: 1 Corinthians 9 has a new meaning for columnist Jimmy Phillips.

A Church Plant Success

Cover Feature: Churches need an outreach mentality in order to grow, writes Roger Walter.

Undeserving: The Casey Anthony Verdict

Web Exclusive: Read Shawn Boonstra's take on this controversial piece of news.

A Special Video Message From Bill Knott

Web Exclusive: The Adventist Review editor recounts the joys of Bible study. 

 

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