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    Iraq War Anniversary

    What are the moral considerations of pulling out of Iraq?

    Iraq War Anniversary

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    Santa Fe Artists Retreat

    Artists explore the relationship between faith and art at the Glen Workshop.

    Santa Fe Artists Retreat

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    Conservative Jews and Gays

    It is now recommended that Conservative Jewish seminaries admit gay clergy.

    Conservative Jews and Gays

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    Mountain Top Removal Mining

    Mountaintop removal is a topic of debate between conservation groups and coal companies.

    Mountain Top Removal Mining

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    Georgia Sex Offender Law

    Civil rights and religious activists are attacking new, tough laws for sexual predators.

    Georgia Sex Offender Law

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    Home Schooling Movement

    Almost two million children are being home schooled across the United States.

    Home Schooling Movement

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    Sunitha Krishnan

    A courageous woman in India is rescuing young children from forced prostitution.

    Sunitha Krishnan

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    The New Atheists

    How has religion been criticized recently, and how do theologians respond?

    The New Atheists

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    Prayers and Portraits

    A National Gallery of Art exhibit explores Renaissance-era religious diptychs.

    Prayers and Portraits

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    The Hajj

    The Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia is known as one of main obligations of Islam.

    The Hajj

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    Fair Use of Water

    There's a battle underway in Nevada over the use of a sacred resource -- water.

    Fair Use of Water

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    Pope’s Trip to Turkey

    Pope Benedict XVI traveled to Turkey and met with both Orhtodox and Muslim leaders.

    Pope’s Trip to Turkey

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Leith Anderson

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    Leith Anderson

    He says the scandal surrounding Ted Haggard will have no effect on the health of the NAE.

    Leith Anderson

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    Homeless Hospice

    It's a refuge for terminally ill homeless men with nowhere to go but the streets.

    Homeless Hospice

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    Men in Church

    Churches are exploring ways to bring men back into their congregations.

    Men in Church

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    E. O. Wilson

    A prominent biologist is appealing to Christians to help protect the environment.

    E. O. Wilson

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    Vigil of All Saints

    We visit the Dominican House of Studies in Washington on the eve of All Saint's Day.

    Vigil of All Saints

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    Diwali

    We visit a family in Burke, Virginia as they prepare for this Hindu new year celebration.

    Diwali

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    Teen Imams

    These two teens don't speak Arabic but they have memorized the entire Qur'an.

    Teen Imams

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    Detainee Ethics

    A new law gives the president the power to try suspected terrorists in military tribunals.

    Detainee Ethics

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    Hispanic Voters 2006

    Which issues will define Hispanic voting in upcoming elections?

    Hispanic Voters 2006

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    Daughters of Abraham Book Club

    A group of women formed a book club to learn from each other's religious traditions.

    Daughters of Abraham Book Club

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    Shia-Sunni Conflict

    The conflict between Sunnis and Shiites is tearing Iraq apart.

    Shia-Sunni Conflict

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly John Kerry on Faith

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    John Kerry on Faith

    John Kerry talks about his Catholic faith and how that faith influences his politics.

    John Kerry on Faith

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