November 18, 2009
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

No Change in Vatican Rules on Married Priests

Anglican clergy will be eligible to be Catholic priests but not bishops.

Religious Progressives Decry Health Care Abortion Amendment

The amendment does not allow government funding for abortions.

Muslim Groups Condemn Fort Hood Violence

Suspect often attended Muslim services.

British Anglican Group to Convert to Catholicism

The group claims 400,000 members worldwide.

Breaking Church News

El Salvador: 30 Adventists Die in Mudslides

More than 300 Adventist families displaced by storms.

Griggs University in Danger of Closing?

GC Committee appoints a commission to study the church's distance-learning facility.

Women Gather in Dallas, Celebrate Christian Freedom

Convention brings 2,200 sisters in Christ together.

British Volunteer Stabbed Outside AntiCrime Event

Police arrested a suspect on suspicion of attempted murder.

Breaking Church News
Adventist Review November 19, 2009

Seeing the Sparrow Fall

How a journey to fulfill a promise got more personal.

No, I Can't?

Last year's political slogan was only partly right.

A Year of Miracles

Students and staff at Mount Ellis Academy have seen God's providence firsthand.

This Is Their First Warming

Something for babes in Christ

Is There a Better Way?

Has the time come to rethink how the church is structured?

See what other readers are saying.

This Week's Special Features

Marriage, Homosexuality and the Church

A landmark conference probes several sensitive issues.

Charting a Different Future

Can Adventist schools survive the changes swirling around them?

The High and Middle Ground

The High and Middle Ground of this church is already occupied.

The Case For (Early) Marriage

Albert Mohler, president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, shares his perspective on another sensitive topic.

Making Church User-friendly

Does your church make visitors feel at home, creatively engage young families, and reconnect with inactive members? 

Hormone Replacement Therapy

Our physicians offer salient advice on this provocative subject.

Just 144,000? 

Is this number literal or symbolic? Untangling the secret behind the mysterious number.


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