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Clinton defends religious liberty -- abroad
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton addresses the importance of religious tolerance in countries struggling to build democracies.
Is prison a new church-state option?
Could government begin punishing believers who try to publicly defend, or even follow, ancient doctrines that clash with the new state-mandated doctrines?
A preying presbyterian in 2012
The alleged killer at an Aurora, Colo. movie theater was quickly stamped with a religious label by the news media, but what does that label mean?
To shush, or not to shush
What can ... or should ... you do about the people in the pew right behind you who -- just -- will -- not -- stop -- talking.
The heretical art of Thomas Kinkade
Secular critics have long detested Kinkade's art, in part because of his great popularity with heartland evangelicals.
The thundering voice that leads the Southern Baptists
Rev. Fred Luter, the first African-American president of America's largest non-Catholic flock, has challenged Southern Baptists to face the blunt realities of life in a diverse and urban society.
Faith in the Obama brand
Fewer Americans believe President Barack Obama is a Muslim, but nearly 137 million Americans still can't name his faith.
Gay and really Catholic
A gay activist advises the church to deal with anti-gay bullying, explains religion columnist Terry Mattingly.
Those evolving wars over religious liberty
While the First Amendment offers strong protections, politicians and judges have frequently tweaked the boundaries on the religious-liberty map, writes religion columnist Terry Mattingly.
Catholic identity, Georgetown and Rome
Some Catholic universities are struggling to balance the quality of the education experience they offer with their Catholic identity, writes religion columnist Terry Mattingly.
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