June 25, 2012
World Religion News

Headlines From Religious News Service

Religious Groups Vie for Internet Domains

Who will control .church and .Bible?

Southern Baptists Elect Church's First Black President

Pastor Fred Luter pastors in New Orleans.

Israel: Archaeology Team Makes Key Find

Excavators discover Tel Gezer water tunnel.

Vatican Offers Accommodation to Splinter Group

The Society of St. Pius X will report directly to the Vatican.

 

Breaking Church News

ADRA Board Votes Leadership Change; Launches Search Process

Maier leaves president’s job; interim executive called.

Dateline Jerusalem

Reports from the Third International Bible Conference in Israel.

This Week's Special Features

7 Ways to Teach Kids Critical Thinking

Adventist Life: Whitney Hopler tells us about ways to help our children really excel through critical thinking.

The Grand Inquisitor

Cliff's Edge: Cliff Goldstein on lessons learned through an acclaimed novel.

The Captain Goes to Church

Cover Feature: James Nix tells the little-known story of fraud and deception in early Adventism.

Let the Debate Begin

Editorial: Stephen Chavez offers a way to get past the chatter and bombast.

Shut In and Left Out

Cover Story: Kimberly Luste Maran explores the issue of homebound members who feel neglected, and what the church can do to help.

The Problem With Nostalgia

Editorial: Bill Knott recently visited an Adventist Heritage site and drew some interesting conclusions from his time there.

 

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