March 8, 2010
World Religion News

Headlines from Religion News Service

Louisiana Bill Allows Guns in Church

The legislature convenes on March 29.

'Son of Hamas' Was Israeli Informer

Masab Yousef, who became a Christian, says he worked with Israel to save lives.

Abuse Charges Shame German Catholic Bishops

Some 150 allegations have surfaced.

White House Panel Adopts Faith-based Recommendations

The council wants reforms to protect religous liberty rights.



Four Adventists Confirmed Dead in Quake

Clinton lauds ADRA workers at Santiago airport.

This Week's Special Features

Andrews University Board Names New Provost

Andrea Luxton succeeds Heather Knight, who became PUC president.

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.

Another Battle Over David and Goliath

Engaging critical scholarship over the trustworthiness of Scripture

Portal of Praize

A web ministry uses technology to share Christ.


Let the light of this world put you in the right context.

Don't Pick Up!

On being among those that call on Jesus out of a pure heart

Stretching Our Faith

When God asks us to do something, He will help us accomplish the task.

Claim Your Campus

What can the church do for young adults on college and university campuses?


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