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Burma's primarily Christian, ethnic Chin community claims their religious symbols are being destroyed and that they are even facing forced conversions to Buddhism.
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El Perú sigue con atención una de las controversias más interesantes en cuanto al poder de la Iglesia Católica en la vida de los peruanos.
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We live in a society that breathes sex even more than oxygen. So it's no surprise there is worldwide interest in a discovery suggesting Jesus might not have been celibate.
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A leading Islamic scholar argues that the spirit of Islamic law is about fairness and justice and embraces the modern concept of human rights as defined by the United Nations.
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A Russian law written as a safeguard against Islamist terrorists, Nazi skinheads and their ilk, has now become a universal tool used to suppress dissent and limit civil liberties.
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Ethnic Kachin Christians are mobilizing and calling for an end to the detention and torture of one of their number by Burmese security forces.
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Dr. Paul Marshall argues that the rise in blasphemy restrictions is the most important threat to free speech and religious expression to come along in years.
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Our next conference in Peru will spotlight crime, natural resource conflicts and rising political clout of evangelicals and how media can deepen their coverage of these issues.
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Peru faces one of the most controversial and fascinating cases of the power of the Catholic Church affecting the daily lives of Peruvians.
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Prof. Abdullah Saeed challenges the widely held view that the Qur'an is God's eternal speech and is therefore not dependent upon any particular context.
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