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Christmas Is undefeatable

By Mark Tooley, Juicy Ecumenism blog A new Pew survey shows overwhelming majorities of Americans believe in the historical actuality of the Christmas story, including the Virgin Birth, the angels…

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Gay Christians choosing celibacy emerge from the shadows

By Michelle Boorstein, Washington Post When Eve Tushnet converted to Catholicism in 1998, she thought she might be the world’s first celibate Catholic lesbian. Having grown up in…

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6 times Stephen Colbert got serious about faith

By Jesse Carey, Relevant Magazine [Editor’s Note: As The Colbert Report ends its nine-year run this week, we’re republishing this article about a few significant times host Stephen Colbert revealed…

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Christians around world under siege

By Steve Huntley, The Chicago Sun-Times During this season of joyous religious celebrations and especially the holiday cheer enjoyed with family and friends during Christmas time, we should…

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Saperstein confirmed as religious freedom ambassador

The National Association of Evangelicals Last week the U.S. Senate confirmed David Saperstein as the Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom, a position that serves as the principal advisor…

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All Saints dedicates new building to the gospel and glory of God

By Mary Ann Mueller, Virtue Online For seven years, nine months and 12 days, the parishioners of All Saints Anglican [Fayetteville, Ga.] have been faithfully praying together, celebrating…

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Church finding its own identity after schism

By Mike Ford, Clay Today (Florida) Eight years after leaving the mainline Episcopal Church in the United States of America, a local congregation is changing its name to…

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Decision in South Carolina case expected soon

By  A. S. Haley, Anglican Curmudgeon blog Today (12/10/14), at the request of Circuit Judge Diane Goodstein, both sides in the South Carolina case are submitting proposed forms of…

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How American Evangelicals are not following New Testament Christianity

By John Lomperis, The Christian Post Much more than a single article could be written detailing all the ways in which American evangelical Protestantism looks very different from the early church….

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The Journey (Day 3): Auschwitz

In this series of posts, I am giving the highlights of a trip I took, hosted by Governor Mike Huckabee and funded by the American Renewal Project. You…

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