October 14, 2013
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Conservatives Claim Increased Censorship on Facebook, iTunes

Viewpoint discrimination targets Christian values.

NC Catholic Dioceses Quit State Council of Churches

Bishops cited differences on abortion, same-sex marriage.

Bangladesh Parliament Members Sentenced to Death

He was involved in genocide against Hindus.

Scotland: Nonreligious Surpass the Church of Scotland

Nonreligious rose to 1.9 million in 2011.


Breaking Church News

Consistent, Expressive Faith Called for in Annual Council Messages

1888 Message recalled; Wilson emphasizes communication of Gospel.

La Sierra U. Gets 3-Year Adventist Accrediting Association Renewal

AAA also approve Chilean Adventist University's dental school, notes changes at Atlantic Union College.

This Week's Special Features

Citizenship Test

Editorial: Bill Knott on why we need to declare ourselves members of the peaceable kingdom.

What Happened in 1888?

Special Anniversary Issue: In a special issue, 125 years after a pivotal General Conference session in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the Adventist Review looks back at some of the theological implications of that historic event, and what they mean today.

Mission to the Cities: A Special Report

Web Exclusive: News editor Mark Kellner provides in-depth coverage of the Adventist Church's Urban Mission Conference.

Infidelity in Disguise

Web Exclusive: Has science created confusion about creation?

2013 Week of Prayer Issue

Each year the Seventh-day Adventist Church celebrates a week of spiritual emphasis. The theme for the 2013 Week of Prayer is And They Followed Him. In support of the Week of Prayer, the Adventist Review is giving unrestricted online access to this special issue. We've provided all the readings for the week, including the children's stories. We trust that this material will be a blessing to you.


Editorial: "Reason and relevance are equally about wonder," says Lael Caesar.

Habits of the Heart

September 19 Cover: Bill Knott's thoughtful look at three stages of a joyful journey.


More Features

KROH 91.1 FM

Serving northwest Washington, Radio of Hope - Nine One One, is owned and operated by the Port Townsend Seventh-day Adventist Church. Operating from the Olympic Peninsula, KROH FM is a new, listener-supported station broadcasting 24 hours a day at 91.1 FM and via the Internet. Safe for every member of the family, Radio of Hope -- Nine One One features traditional Christian music and programs focusing on "Christ our Righteousness."

Let's Pray

The Adventist Review staff meets each Wednesday morning at 8:15 for worship and prayer. We'd love to include your prayer requests, so send them to prayer@adventistreview.org. Let's share in each other's lives.

AR Video Report

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