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  • The Rev. John Stott dies at 90; influential Anglican evangelist

    The Rev. John Stott dies at 90; influential Anglican evangelist
    The Rev. John Stott did not fill stadiums with the faithful like his longtime friend, Billy Graham, or give the invocation at a presidential inauguration, as megachurch pastor Rick Warren did for Barack Obama. Yet he was a giant of the evangelical world...
  • Hispanics abandoning organized religion, pollster says

    Hispanics abandoning organized religion, pollster says
    Crucifixes, Virgin Mary statuettes, ornate Spanish-style churches: so many religious images seem permanently linked with Hispanic Americans. But that’s eroding fast, according to pollster George Barna. In the fourth update on his annual survey...
  • Religious survey: Most Christians don't do many Christian things

    Religious survey: Most Christians don't do many Christian things
    Being Christian in America ain’t what it was. It used to mean going to church and Sunday school, doing some volunteer work there, and reading the Bible -- and believing in it. That’s all changed in the last 20 years, says The Barna Group...
  • Why I became Muslim

    Why I became Muslim
    For Ramadan, the Islamic holy month that falls in August this year, we asked a few people in South Florida why they became Muslim and what it has meant to them. Here are the last two. Patricia Salahuddin Patricia Salahuddin teaches at the Design and...
  • Silicon Valley gives conservative Christians a boost

    Silicon Valley gives conservative Christians a boost
    Silicon Valley, the politically liberal technology hub, is an unlikely incubator of conservative Christian activism. But a group of its venture capitalists is backing an ambitious project that seeks to affect the 2012 election by registering 5 million...
  • A new stage for South Coast Repertory

    A new stage for South Coast Repertory
    Being artistic director of a major regional stage company means you get to give everyone "notes" — theater lingo for putting in your two cents while a play is being readied. Being Marc Masterson, newly arrived as South Coast Repertory's artistic...
  • Vote for the Dead Sea?

    Vote for the Dead Sea?
    Is the Dead Sea worth its salt? Israel tourism officials hope you think so. They want to have it included on a list of the New 7 Wonders of Nature. And they’re not coy about whom they’re talking to. “I would like to ask all my dear...
  • CNN's John King takes it to a higher gear with Iowa eve analysis

    CNN's John King takes it to a higher gear with Iowa eve analysis
    CNN received a lot of praise for its "Magic Wall" technology during its 2008 coverage. And John King, who worked the touch-screen electoral maps, like no one else was rightfully celebrated in connection with it by me and many others. So, none of this...
  • Tebow wars: Give it a rest

    Tebow wars: Give it a rest
    Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow is an evangelical Christian. He is devoted to his faith in a very public way, and that, as much as his perplexing play on the football field, has made him a cultural lightning rod. The wise heads of football insisted...
  • McManus: Romney's 'electability' is key

    McManus: Romney's 'electability' is key
    New Hampshire Republicans are practical people. As I traveled around the state this week, voters who said they supported Mitt Romney in Tuesday's presidential primary consistently offered two reasons for their choice. One was Romney's resume: his...
  • Daum: Santorum and the mythic power of the zealots

    Daum: Santorum and the mythic power of the zealots
    If you think Rick Santorum is a weird, pious wackadoo, try being a female walking around certain ultra-Orthodox neighborhoods in Israel with your ankles showing. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: Religion: Meghan Daum, in her Jan. 12 Op-Ed column...