November 14, 2011
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

The National Association of Evangelicals Calls for Nuclear Cutbacks

NAE represents 45,000 churches.

Anglicans Ban Civil Partnerships in Churches

Civil partnerships have been allowed in Britain since 2005.

Congress Considers Conscience Rights in Health Care

Some faith groups object to certain health-care policies.

Religious Leaders Lobby for Foreign Aid

Leaders say foreign aid is a moral obligation.

This Week's Special Features

Inclusive Worship and Learning

Cover: Is your church guilty of ignoring special needs children? Addison Hudgins challenges us to change that. 

More Than a Good Idea

Editorial: What is the core of the Adventist Church's existence? Associate editor Gerald Klingbeil explains. 

Senator Praises Day of Rest in New Book

Feature: Mark A. Kellner interviews Senator Joseph Lieberman about the Sabbath and its meaning in his life.

More Than Words

Values: The importance of better ways to communicate family values is the focus of Linda Mei Lin Koh's article.

Put Down the Remote and Nobody Gets Hurt

Technology and Society: What's the link between media and obesity?

"We Lepers"

Cover Feature: Shawn Brace talks about appreciating our great High Priest.

Special Video Message

Web Exclusive: Do you worship a relentless God? Shawn Brace shares his answer.  


Light of Hope

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