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As long as there is a United States, its foreign policy will always be inherently theological, according to the President of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
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Uganda's leading gay-rights group says the government and American evangelicals bear the blame for the death of gay activist David Kato, who was found beaten to death last month.
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Despite government claims that discrimination and inequality are things of the past, Nepal's widows find that Hindu law and cultural practices trump the new constitution.
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The brutal violence two years ago was shocking, but when a Tribunal of cultural luminaries addressed the pogram last month, India's national newspapers said not a word about it.
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Evangelical Christians in Iran fear a massive crackdown by security forces around Christmas and say Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani may be executed earlier than authorities suggest.
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A Philippine senator who is a veteran human rights lawyer fears that the trial of the infamous Maguindanao massacre might take 200 years to finish.
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The Church in Africa suffers the same evils. African cases just haven't been as exposed by the media as in other parts of the world.
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The call comes in the wake of the deadly hostage-taking of a busload of tourists in Manila last week.
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The uniquely bewildering act of an honor killing is an object lesson in why moving religion closer to the center of our news coverage matters.
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A Philippine regional trial court today ordered the arrest of 189 suspects linked to the gory Nov. 23, 2009 Maguindanao massacre that killed 57 civilians, including 30 journalists that shook the media
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