March 29, 2010
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Alabama Gambling Debate Heats Up

Two Baptist politicians at center of debate

Sexual Abuse Allegations Plunge in 2009

U.S. Catholic leaders note a 30 percent drop.

Court: No Overtime Pay for Seminarians

Court declares churches exempt from Washington's Minimum Wage Act.

Clergy, White House Strategize on Immigration Reform

Several Christian leaders see immigration as a faith issue.

This Week's Special Features

Another Look at Calvary

Here's a resource for this Easter seaon: a collection of articles
focusing on the meaning of Christ's death and resurrection.

The Adventists: Coming to a Screen Near You

Martin Doblmeier was so impressed with the Adventist health message
that he decided to make a movie about it. And he's not even an Adventist.

The Shaming of Religion

A new web-only exclusive

Childhood Obesity and Behavior Change

How do we combat childhood obesity?

People Will Notice

Who notices what we do or what we say? You'd be surprised.

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?

Where Are All the Christians?

Thom Rainier raises some disturbing questions.


Spend Sabbath at Sligo

Based on the outskirts of Washington D.C., in Takoma Park, Maryland, the Sligo congregation has a vibrant community program and a variety of ministries. Under the leadership of Pastor Charles Tapp, it offers a vibrant worship service. Click above to tune in.

A New Edition of  KidsView

See the latest on Adventist Review's one and only magazine just for kids!

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