November 27, 2012
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Church of England Rejects Women Bishops

The measure, which needed a two-thirds majority, failed by five votes.

#GivingTuesday Aims to Boost Charities

Giving fell to $298 billion in 2011.

Catholic Bishops Ask Congress to Save Poverty Programs

Ongoing budget-deficit talks could put these programs in jeopardy.

Oklahoma Judge Defends Sentencing Teen to Church

The teen was convicted of DUI manslaughter.


Breaking Church News

Accident Kills Adventist Frontier Missions Worker

Was felling trees at remote mission station in Papua New Guinea.

GC President Call for a Dec. 1 Day of Prayer and Fasting

Church leaders seeks support for Adventists jailed in Togo.

This Week's Special Features

Characters That Mean It

Biblical Studies: "In practice," suggests Marcos Paseggi, "our actions and motives are not always so clear-cut."

Caught in the Act

November 22 Cover Feature: A little glimpse of a global family.

The Best Way to Die

Dateline Moscow: Andrew McChesney wanted his plane to crash. Why?

Objective or Neutral

Editorial: "Neutrality is not the same as objectivity," says Lael Caesar.

Fighting the Good Fight

Back to Basics: Hyveth Williams argues that in today's spiritual warfare, Christians may be fighting the wrong adversary.

Living Mission

November 15 Cover: Florida Hospital's Spiritual Ambassadors are changing their world, says Wilona Karimabadi.

Wild Goose Chase

Editorial: How do you keep the right balance between the past and the present? Gerald A. Klingbeil shares his perspective.


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