October 24, 2011
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News

Report Says Tithing, Church Spending Hit Record Low

Contributors give 2.38 percent of their income.

Obama Hosts First Evangelical Summit at White House

The president met with leaders of the National Association of Evangelicals.

Gallup Poll: 35 Percent Oppose Death Penalty

It is the highest level in nearly 40 years.

Law Would Allow Marriage to Catholics for U.K. Royals

The proposal must be approved by 16 commonwealth "realms."

This Week's Special Features

A New Way to Observe Foot Washing

The Life of Faith: Andy Nash offers us a fresh perspective on a special hallmark of Adventist life.

Big-Picture Thinking

Cover Feature: Gerald Klingbeil wants us to consider the sanctuary and the heart of Adventist theology.

"We Lepers"

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

Running--For a Crown

Introducing the Why: Jimmy Phillips wants us to feel a keen desire for seeing Jesus come--a desire he shares.

Special Video Message

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

Truth in Advertising

Editorial: As the social costs of alcoholism grow, how should Adventists respond? Adventist Review editor Bill Knott explains.

Sweeney's Garden

Cover Feature: Kimberly Luste Maran interviews a couple who understand what it means to serve.

 

It Is Written

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