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The bill would punish “proselytizing” that “uses coercion", a vaguely worded clause that vigilantes could use to jail Christians for feeding and clothing the poor.
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As religion gains strength, journalists face a growing challenge of reporting on societies where people say they believe more than one religion at a time.
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This is one of the most horrendous incidents of crime reported from Kerala (India) in the recent past. The circumstances in which it happened made it all the more blood-curdling.
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Last summer's chaos has been replaced with a striking level of fear. Residents are afraid of attracting any attention, afraid even of talking.
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The Catholic hierarchy in the Philippines is ready to slug it out with supporters of the controversial Reproductive Health (RH) Bill.
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The authors seek the answer to a single question: what factors create a work environment that promotes well-being? Without such an environment, a company cannot last.
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Being a good journalist is easy; being a Christian one is heroic, according to the postulator of the beatification cause of the first lay journalist to be raised to the altars.
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Vishal Arora interviews Mussarrat Nahid Imam, devout Muslim and director of the National Art Gallery in Islamabad, about her artistic efforts to preserve Buddhism's history in Pakistan.
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I wanted to find out why and how Sai Baba’s millions of followers believe in his divinity even decades after numerous former devotees went public with accusations of sexual abuse and even murder.
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Pullman shows some ingenuity in seeing Jesus and Christ as two distinct personalities, but there is nothing original in the ancient claim that Jesus is just a good man and not divine.
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