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Why does the hatred of doctrinal "heresy" so often stifle the conscience and a basic sense of human values?
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Though the church is in ruins after the Christmas Day attack, the statue of the Sacred Heart of Jesus remained intact at the main alter.
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The latest attempt to negotiate an end to the National Democratic Front's 40-year insurgency against the Philippine government is underway in Oslo.
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This is the second round of talks between the Philippine government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front since Benigno Aquino become president.
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In time, it became clear that the white missionaries had not come for God’s good mission, but rather to disseminate subversive and revolutionary teachings.
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Ethnic Christians fear that skirmishes between rebels and a Burmese junta bent on instilling Buddhist nationalism threaten to escalate into war.
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While the eyes of the world remain fixed on Egypt's Tahrir Square, anti-Christian violence took more lives over the weekend in the village of Sharona.
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Witness intimidation and bribery are slowing the trial of the Philippines’ worst mass murders to a snail's pace.
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New efforts to end the NDF's 42-year communist insurgency begin next month in Oslo.
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U.S. president Obama is well-intentioned, but his view of Kashmir is too simplistic.
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