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The lectern in Lagos holds both Quran and Bible, and the worshippers say they are both Christian and Muslim.
It allows a birth parent to choose the people who will adopt the child and to stay in contact with them and the child.
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What do religious leaders most hope for in the first 100 days of the Obama administration?
Watch Brookings Institution senior fellow William Galston talk about the vices and virtues of market societies and what Jewish tradition has to say about the economy and our human inclinations.
Watch William McGurn, a vice president at News Corporation, talk about Wall Street, wealth, Catholic teaching, and the market economy.
As the world marks Charles Darwin's 200th birthday and the 150th anniversary of his book On the Origin of Species, Texas has become the latest battleground state in the evolution curriculum controversy.
"My life has been transformed. I don't know why God has blessed me and graced me the way God has. In my own mind, I don't deserve it."
A new faith advisory council of more than two dozen religious leaders will advise President Obama on policy issues.
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly managing editor Kim Lawton discusses the appointees to President Barack Obama’s new advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships.