March 22, 2010
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Salvation Army Logs Record Donations Despite Bad Economy

Kettle drive brought in $139 million.

Catholic Bishops, Hospitals Split on Health Care

Clerics sour on abortion protections.

U.S. State Dept. Highlights Religious Freedom Violations

The report covered 194 countries.

Survey: Less Than Half Link Easter to the Resurrection

The survey included 1,005 respondents.

500 Christians Slaughtered in Nigeria

About 75 houses burned

This Week's Special Features

What Are We Really Doing to God's Creatures?

Features editor Sandra Blackmer interviews medical doctor and theologian Sigve Tonstad
about how Christianity relates to our natural environment. [Photo: Farm Sanctuary]

Don't Ask Don't Tell

The U.S. government is currently rethinking the issue of gays and lesbians
serving openly in the military. How should Adventists reflect on these issues?

The Shaming of Religion

A new web-only exclusive.

The Fear Factor

This is not some reality show; it's real life.

Where Are All the Christians?

Thom Rainier raises some disturbing questions.

Are Women Really Unhappy?

Olive Hemmings, a religion professor at Washington Adventist University,
responds to Albert Mohler's article on women.

 

Worship in Beautiful British Columbia

The Aldergrove Seventh-day Adventist Church is located in Aldergrove, British Columbia, Canada. Under the leadership of Pastor David Jamison, the church has several innovative ministries, including a cutting edge Internet ministry.

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