May 3, 2010
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Federal Court Says Church Bells are Constitutional

Phoenix, Arizona authorities contended that the bells violated a noise ordinance. 

Faith Leaders Decry Arizona Immigration Law

Religious leaders plan legal action, civil disobedience.

White House to Appeal Day of Praying Ruling

Several congressmen urged the WH to appeal.

Court Rejects Unemployment Pay for Jehovah's Witness

Her work conflicted with her beliefs against celebrating birthdays.

 

Breaking Church News

Adventist Publishing House Faces Management Shift

Four exec depart; interim president named as search committee forms.

This Week's Special Features

Your Bible Questions Answered

Bible scholar Angel Rodriguez explains difficult Bible passages.

Ministerial Seminar Stresses the Bible's Centrality 

The satellite event connected thousands around the world.

Mission: Compassion

Showing God's love on the streets of Kolkata.

The LLU School of Medicine 100 Years Later

What a century of medicine means to the church.

The Whole Story on Whole Health

Lifestyle medicine and LLU go hand in hand.

Reaching Out

One man tells of his lifelong struggle with homosexuality.

Where are the Young Men?

Albert Mohler asks: Are males a vanishing breed on college campuses?

Meet @ the Text

The case for a strong Adventist center

Problems with "Adventist" Futurism

Are some Adventists obsessed with prophetic speculation?

 

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