Extras

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    Evangelicals and Identity

    Part one of a four-part series: the identity and beliefs of America’s evangelicals.

    Evangelicals and Identity

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    William Sloane Coffin

    Profile of Rev. William S. Coffin, a key leader in the civil rights and antiwar movements.

    William Sloane Coffin

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    Utah Gun Laws and the Church

    In Utah, people who get licenses to carry concealed weapons can carry them even in church.

    Utah Gun Laws and the Church

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    Euro Islam

    Anti-Muslim tensions continue to increase in Western Europe.

    Euro Islam

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    Black Churches and Gay Marriage

    Should African-American churches consider same-sex marriage a civil rights issue?

    Black Churches and Gay Marriage

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    Indian Violins

    Father Thomas McGuire provides local children with a place to learn - and to play violins.

    Indian Violins

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    SEED School

    The SEED School is a public, charter, college preparatory boarding school.

    SEED School

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    Tom White

    A doctor and a multimillionaire are working together to give aid to people in need.

    Tom White

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    Father Joe: Slum Priest

    Father Joe Maier has spent 30 years setting up schools in the slums of Bangkok, Thailand.

    Father Joe: Slum Priest

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    DNA Testing and Crime

    Serious ethical questions are being raised as the DNA testing of criminals grows popular.

    DNA Testing and Crime

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Trembling before G-d

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    Trembling before G-d

    David is a gay Orthodox Jew struggling with the choice of sexual orientation or religion.

    Trembling before G-d

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    Prolonging Life

    What is the best course of action when a loved one is in a persistent vegetative state?

    Prolonging Life

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    Catholic Politicians

    Catholic politicians are often torn between their spiritual and political beliefs.

    Catholic Politicians

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    United Methodist Church Update

    The United Methodist Church’s General Conference voted to remain opposed to homosexuality.

    United Methodist Church Update

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    Evangelicals and Evangelism

    Part four of a four-part series: America’s evangelicals on spreading their faith.

    Evangelicals and Evangelism

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Shambhala Meditation

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    Shambhala Meditation

    Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, of the Shambhala Buddhist movement, discusses meditation.

    Shambhala Meditation

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    Evangelicals and Culture

    Part three of a four-part series: American evangelicals’ relationship to popular culture.

    Evangelicals and Culture

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    Faith and Politics

    Watch a roundtable discussion on President Bush’s use of religious rhetoric.

    Faith and Politics

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    Evangelicals and Politics

    Part two of a four-part series: the politics of America’s evangelicals.

    Evangelicals and Politics

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    America’s Evangelicals — Survey Analysis

    Researcher Anna Greenberg and prof. John Green discuss a survey on America’s evangelicals.

    America’s Evangelicals — Survey Analysis

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    Fleming Rutledge on Easter

    An author and priest reflects on the Easter story of crucifixion and resurrection.

    Fleming Rutledge on Easter

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    Writing Icons

    Orthodox Christians consider writing icons to be a significant and scared form of prayer.

    Writing Icons

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    Spiritual Care for Cancer Patients

    Members of the clergy go through training to prepare them to help cancer patients.

    Spiritual Care for Cancer Patients

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    Passover Meal

    We talk about the food of the Seder with cookbook author Joan Nathan.

    Passover Meal

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