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Keeping Christians Cool
More than 1,500 young evangelicals from across the U.S.
Black Church Leaders in Holy Land
A delegation of U.S.
There were no hanging chads to scrutinize on “undervoted” ballots in Florida’s 13th Congressional District during last November’s midterm elections.
Climate change activists carried out what they called an “art attack” in November by screening political messages on the sides of several London landmarks.
Justapaz Wins Peace Award
The Swedish Fellowship of Reconciliation has awarded Justapaz, a ministry of the Mennonite Church in Colombia, the 2006 award for nonviolence in areas of armed conflict.
The Oils of War
CEOs of U.S. defense contractors have pocketed huge amounts of spoils since the beginning of the “war on terror,” and CEOs at top U.S.
HABEAS CORPUS (1787-2006)
In October, as President Bush signed the Military Commissions Act of 2006, 200 members of the National Religious Campaign Against Torture protested in front of the White House against what they cal
Busting Pedophile Rings
The American owner of a bar in Cambodia that is frequented by international pedophiles was arrested in a faith-based human rights group’s effort to bring known pedophiles to justice.
Huggable Warrior of the Cross
Soft Saints, Inc., purveyor of positive role models for today’s youth in the form of plush dolls, makes it possible to cuddle with a 15th-century purveyor of divine wisdom–the “Ma
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Episcopal Bishops Still at Crossroads
At the request of Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams, a group of U.S.
Hanging up the Phone Tax
The federal excise tax on long-distance phone calls, which began as part of the Spanish-American War effort in 1898, was repealed in May by the U.S. Treasury Department.