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Musical choice reveals congregation’s theological position

Terry York is willing to bet that if he goes into a Baptist church, sits down and listens, he can tell—long before the preacher speaks—whether the congregation is theologically conservative or moderate.
       

Faith that sings: Hymns make theology portable

If you know what hymns a congregation is most addicted to, you will be able to infer what, in Christianity, means most to that church.
       

Interfaith Alliance head calls for new ground rules in same-sex marriage debate

The head of the Interfaith Alliance has called for a new national discussion about marriage not as a religious institution but a civil right.
       

Christian coach says Muslim principal fired him over religion

A legendary high school wrestling coach in Michigan has filed a federal lawsuit claiming he was fired by a Muslim principal for his Christian beliefs.
       

Researcher says hypocrisy not biggest obstacle to evangelism

People who don't attend church are not too bothered by what they view as hypocrisy in the church, but there are some things they don't like about Christians, says the head of the Southern Baptist Convention's publishing arm.
       
 
 
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