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    Eboo Patel

    Eboo Patel is the founder and leader of the campus movement Interfaith Youth Core.

    Eboo Patel

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    Circuit Preacher David Brown

    Pastor David Brown travels from town to spread the Gospel.

    Circuit Preacher David Brown

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    Prosperity Gospel

    Does the Bible promise wealth and prosperity to those who follow Jesus' teachings?

    Prosperity Gospel

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    Genetic Enhancement

    Is it ethical for doctors to genetically alter and enhance their patients?

    Genetic Enhancement

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    South Korean Missionaries

    Growth and activism of Christians in South Korea has grown in reaction to kidnappings.

    South Korean Missionaries

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    Religion and the Simpsons

    There's a surprising focus on spirituality in TV's longest-running cartoon sitcom.

    Religion and the Simpsons

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    Exonerated Prisoners

    Once proven innocent, wrongfully convicted individuals struggle to start their lives over.

    Exonerated Prisoners

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    Missionary Doctor Mark Jacobson

    Dr. Mark Jacobson has been restoring the health and faith of Africans for 22 years.

    Missionary Doctor Mark Jacobson

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Holocaust Forgiveness Advocate Eva Kor

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    Holocaust Forgiveness Advocate Eva Kor

    Eva Kor was a prisoner at Auschwitz death camp but now she is on a mission of forgiveness.

    Holocaust Forgiveness Advocate Eva Kor

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    God Not Guns

    Gun control is often a topic of controversy in American politics and worship communities.

    God Not Guns

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Advertising Ethics

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    Advertising Ethics

    They help sell millions of products, but do they also coarsen American culture?

    Advertising Ethics

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Chaplain Barry Black

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    Chaplain Barry Black

    Current senate Chaplain Barry Black brings an unprecedented perspective to the position.

    Chaplain Barry Black

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    Street Children of Brazil

    Cally Magalhaes has made it her life's mission to rescue the street children of Brazil.

    Street Children of Brazil

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    Criminalizing the Homeless

    The rights of homeless individuals have become a point of conflict in Las Vegas.

    Criminalizing the Homeless

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    Iraqi Refugees

    The situation of the Iraqi refugees has become the world's largest refugee crisis.

    Iraqi Refugees

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Sara Miles

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    Sara Miles

    Sara Miles, once a journalist and atheist, helps those in need through her church.

    Sara Miles

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    Minnesota Religious Diversity

    As more immigrants move to Minnesota, they try to maintain their religious traditions.

    Minnesota Religious Diversity

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    Black Church Music

    One problem of many churches is finding and keeping really good music directors.

    Black Church Music

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    Holocaust Remembrance Exhibit

    An exhibit of family photographs opens to remember Holocaust victims.

    Holocaust Remembrance Exhibit

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    Easter Hope in New Orleans

    An update from two new pastors in New Orleans, a year and a half after Hurricane Katrina.

    Easter Hope in New Orleans

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    Volunteers in Tanzania

    Some tourists are traveling to foreign countries to help the poor, as well as sight-see.

    Volunteers in Tanzania

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Preparing for Passover

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    Preparing for Passover

    Observant Jews prepare for Passover by getting rid of everything that is leavened.

    Preparing for Passover

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    Thailand AIDS Refuge

    In Thailand, there is an AIDS hospice that also serves as a museum.

    Thailand AIDS Refuge

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Baking Nuns

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    Baking Nuns

    The Benedictine Sisters of Perpetual Adoration created low-gluten Communion wafers.

    Baking Nuns

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