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For better or for worse, Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain likes to say out loud what others only whisper. A few weeks ago, for example, Cain mentioned what his rivals for the nomination dare not mention: Mitt Romney has a religion problem....
Steven James Helgeson, 57, of Midland, Texas, died Friday morning, Aug. 12. He was born to Hartman and Arlene Helgeson in Bloomington, Minn. Steven was on vacation visiting his children in Winchester, and died due to an unexpected illness. Steven...
firstname.lastname@example.orgPITTSBURGH (AP) — Bishops, nuns and rabbis are joining the environmental and social debate over natural gas drilling in the Marcellus Shale region, and many are seeking a balance that reflects their congregations. "We have people's lives who are...
Kentuckians love to cheer on their Big Blue this time of year, so when Federal District Judge Karl Forester recently called foul (not on Coach Cal, thank God) on the University of Kentucky astronomy department for religious discrimination, it gave...
email@example.comAsbury Theological Seminary is one of only eight evangelical seminaries in the nation selected to receive $1.5 million for the Kern Scholars Initiative. This grant creates a new source of scholarship money for qualified Asbury Seminary students. Through...
A seanachie is a traveling storyteller, and Frank Delaney comes close to being the real thing. In his strangely moving novel, “Ireland,” the American writer from the south of the green island tells of the Storyteller, the last of a fabled...
In the perennial post-game buzz about Super Bowl ads, the buff body of the new GoDaddy girl (aka Joan Rivers) was a big hit this year. So was the pugnacious pug dog flattening his owner to grab the Doritos. And, of course, who can forget the woman who got...
Sociologist Max Weber first advanced the idea of a Protestant work ethic in 1914. A recent study suggests that not only does this ethic exist, it can make the effects of unemployment worse for Protestants than for non-Protestants. The Dutch survey,...
Russ Rankin writes in the LifeWay website that most pastors believe in God, but not global warming: While many churches are acting "green," the majority of pastors disagree global warming is real and man made. The percentage of skeptics has dropped...
The Religion WorldAs the world awaits the announcement of the new pope, a Pew Research Center analysis of new data from the General Social Survey finds that the percentage of U.S. Catholics who consider themselves “strong” members of the Roman Catholic Church...
A buzz came over St. Mary's Catholic Parish in West Chicago last week, as smiling members drifted in, stopping to watch staff hang up yellow bunting to celebrate the new pope announced on March 13. The occasion brought in Linda Helminiak after work, who...
We Americans have long told ourselves that we are a God-favored people, a churchgoing, moral people. But last week when the old cardinals of Roman Catholicism looked for the future of their church, they looked south. And what we Americans heard, as if for...
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