June 20, 2011
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Feds Open Door for Unions at Two Catholic Colleges

Regulators say the schools are essentially secular.

Religious Freedom Envoy Condemns Religious Intolerance

Suzan Cook rebuked Quran-burning pastor.

Catholic University Ends Co-ed Dorms

Officials seek to build a culture of virtue.

Anglican Leader Slams UK Austerity Budget

The Archbishop of Canterbury denounces the Prime Minister's austerity measures.

This Week's Special Features

Stones of Meaning: Why Our History Matters

Cover Feature: David Trim continues the discussion on what these particular stones of meaning are telling us.

A Dying Species

Editorial: Gerald Klingbeil reminds us about the special nature of fatherhood.

The Closeness of the Second Coming

Cliff's Edge: Cliff Goldstein helps us remember how quickly the second coming could really occur.

The Jonah Syndrome

Web Exclusive: Shawn Boonstra warns us not to be shy about sharing Adventism's unique message.

Conflict and Communication

Biblical Studies: Ekkehardt Mueller talks about biblical strategies for handling tough situations.

What's in a Name?

Editorial: AR editor Bill Knott explores the purpose and significance of the Adventist name.

How to Spot a Healthy Church in 30 Seconds

Web Exclusive: Joe McKeever asks, "Does the Bible give us a clue?"

The Allure of Modesty

Web Exclusive: A. J. Kiesling wants to know "What does real sex-appeal look like?"



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