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Russell Moore tapped to lead Southern Baptists’ policy office

Russell Moore, the dean of theology at the Southern Baptist Convention’s flagship seminary, has been named the next president of … Continued

Area residents focus on music as a source of healing following shooting

Hamil R. Harris The Washington Post Young people at University Park Church of Christ singing during “Teen Worship Away,” a … Continued

Mormonsandgays.org: Almost impossible to explain this site

Rather on the QT last week, the LDS Church launched “mormonsandgays.org”, a head-scratcher of a Web site that makes one … Continued

New’Terumah’ phone app will link churches with far-flung followers

DECATUR, Ala. — It’s a a little like stumbling across the beginnings of Google or Facebook in a spare bedroom. … Continued

Mormons help storm-damaged N.Y. community

AP An New York Police Department van drives along a street soaked with rain and covered with debris in a … Continued

Redefining the threat within

AP Worshipers in the Sikh community gather for a candle light vigil after prayer services at the Sikh Religious Society … Continued

Mormons and Baptists compete for converts

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Jake Pulsipher’s first day as a working missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints … Continued

Episcopal churches: Short on politics, sexuality debates and long on Jesus

AP Bishop Mariann Edgar Budde, Washington’s first female and ninth Episcopal Bishop, smiles during her consecration service at the Washington … Continued

Can Christianity be revived?

Bill O’Leary WASHINGTON POST The Bishops’ Garden on the National Cathedral grounds as seen on July, 18, 2010 in Washington, … Continued

Romney, Obamacare and Mormonism

AP Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney leaves a fundraiser that included Gov. Bobby Jindal, R-La., on Monday, … Continued

Meaning of Fred Luter’s presidency to Southern Baptists

Several thousand Southern Baptist pastors, church workers, laymen and their wives, most of them elected representatives (“messengers”) from their local … Continued

Black Baptist says church shouldn’t be defined by race

NEW ORLEANS — The Southern Baptist Convention began in 1845 in support of slaveholders and is now poised to elect … Continued

Yes, Mormons tithe, but most others don’t

When Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney released his federal tax returns for the past two years, he disclosed that he … Continued

Episcopal Church’s tension: tradition and change

In an Episcopal parish where I once worked, the custom was to give the Christmas plate offering to local charities. … Continued

By Rabbi Steve Gutow, Father Larry Snyder, Dr. Michael Kinnamon Uncertainty permeates this recession. Uncertainty about our jobs, our homes, … Continued

“Shame on you”: religious leaders denounce biogotry against Muslims

The Islamic Society of North America convened a group of American religious leaders, Jewish, Christian and Muslim, at the National … Continued

African Americans finding mission fields at home and overseas

By Eugene Scottjournalist One weekend earlier this year, I found myself in the Kinoya neighborhood just outside of Suva, Fiji’s … Continued

Students on a mission

FAITH IN ACTION By Katherine Marshall In airports nowadays it’s quite common to see groups of people, young and old, … Continued

Post hosts town hall on religion & media Tuesday night

By William Wan The Washington Post is hosting a town hall meeting Tuesday night on how the Post and the … Continued

Ending the black church’s silence on HIV/AIDS

By Patrick D. ShafferPastor, City of Faith Chicago As congregations around the country prepare to commemorate “National Week of Prayer … Continued