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Burning question: Religion is one factor driving cremation trend

Changing attitudes among a growing number of religious Americans toward cremation partially account for the rising popularity of the practice in the United States and... Read more »

Sept. 13, 2013


Building up faith: How religious buildings reflect faith's role in communities

A growing number of urban planners, architects and faith leaders are lamenting a trend in which many houses of worship are relocating to the suburbs and erecting... Read more »

July 13, 2013


Influence of faith: Americans say religion is good but faith is losing its influence

A new Gallup poll found most Americans say religion is losing influence in U.S., but 75 percent say American society would be better off if more Americans were... Read more »

June 1, 2013


Fuller Theological Seminary names new president

Mark Labberton, a Presbyterian pastor, author and professor, has been named president of the Fuller Theological Seminary, the largest multi-denominational seminary in... Read more »

March 15, 2013

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When it comes to religious differences, first show charity, then get charity

Religion and politics can ignite ugly passions. Perhaps it's not amiss, therefore, in a column broadly dedicated to "defending the faith," to consider how such defense... Read more »

Jan. 24, 2013


Survey: What tempts people, why they give in and how they resist

A new survey examined the temptations Americans say they most commonly struggle with — and how they resolve to deal with these moral and ethical lures —... Read more »

Jan. 18, 2013


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