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Dr. Phillip Johnson says that intellectual elites in secular democracies use biased language, often unconsciously, to marginalize religious thinking.
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Book-burning U.S. pastor Terry Jones was preceded in history by the 3rd Caliph Uthman’s order to burn multiple copies of the Qur’an around 656AD.
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Chile's press now covers the Catholic Church with more critical independence and energy than ever, a change that reflects larger religious shifts in Chilean culture.
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In an era of wanton materialism, a simple girl from a little-known village in India rose to become "St. Alphonsa, the Passion Flower".
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In my career covering South Asia’s largest nation, I've seen irresponsible stories that provoked communal bloodbaths and stories that needlessly offended religious sensitivities.
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A new constitution that Nepal’s parliament is scheduled to put into effect before May 28 may not include the right to propagate one’s faith.
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CHENNAI, INDIA, will be the site of The Media Project's first-ever dialog between Indian and Sri Lankan reporters from 30 April - 1 May.
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The Organization of the Islamic Conference has set aside its 12-year UN campaign to defend religion against insult and will now focus on defending believers.
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The film's producers hope to rouse viewers' anger over the murders and to stir the government to do something about the unresolved incident.
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The growing number of "unaffiliated" persons, not atheism or secularization, poses the greatest threat to organized religion in the countries surveyed.
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