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Another evangelical leader may be ready to support McCain. Kim Lawton joins me now to talk about religion and politics, and what sounds like a major change of heart for James Dobson.
In Malawi, one out of every four children dies before reaching the age of five. Famine is chronic, and AIDS has left tens of thousands of orphans, often in the care of struggling grandparents.
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It is the belief of many Chinese that there is an ongoing spiritual connection between them and their forebears. They venerate them, pray to them, and take gifts to their graves.
Six-hundred-and-fifty bishops of the worldwide Anglican Communion assembled in Canterbury, England this week for the Lambeth Conference, a three-week-long meeting that's held just once every decade.
Read an excerpt from Anglican Communion in Crisis: How Episcopal Dissidents and Their African Allies Are Reshaping Anglicanism, by Miranda K. Hassett.
Read more of Kim Lawton's interview with the Rev. Ed Bacon, rector of All Saints Episcopal Church in Pasadena, California.
Read excerpts from a June 28, 2008 interview with Rev. Samuel Scott Colley-Toothaker, Rector of the Episcopal Church of the Epiphany in Danville, Virginia.
Read more of Kim Lawton's interview with the Reverend Eric Dudley, rector of St. Peter's Anglican Church in Tallahassee, Florida.
We have a very personal story today about what happened to a man when, at the height of his powers, he discovered that he was sick -- what happened to his work, his faith, and his town's faith in him.