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  • Prominent Iowa evangelical leaders throw support to Rick Santorum

    The Family Leader, an influential political organization among the religious voters who dominate the Iowa caucuses, is not endorsing a candidate in the presidential contest, but two prominent evangelical leaders backed Rick Santorum on Tuesday. Bob...
  • Believers against bullying (of gay kids, that is)

     
    The media are full of lamentations about anti-gay bullying in schools, a welcome focus on a subject I have written about on this blog. Traditionally some evangelical Christians have been skeptical about, if not hostile to, efforts to combat such......
  • Q-Poll: Governor’s race dead heat, Sink winning the ‘ethics’ war

     
    TALLAHASSEEE — A new poll in Florida's gubernatorial race has Republican Rick Scott slipping to a 1-point advantage over Democrat Alex Sink , with the Democrat holding an edge among likely voters on business ethics. The Quin...
  • If you think Obama is a Muslim you might also believe the sun revolves around the earth

     
    Christianity Today's October issue notes the Pew Forum study that found 18 percent of Americans think President Barack Obama is a Muslim. So what does that mean? The magazine looked at what other things 18 percent of Americans do or believe: Believe the...
  • Music review: Los Angeles Bach Festival concert at First Congregational Church

     
    Everyone in the classical music business is trying to attract new and younger audiences to the great Western tradition, and First Congregational Church of Los Angeles is no exception. But who knew that the oldest Protestant church in the city......
  • Is there a religious undercurrent to anti-gay bullying?

     
    National Public Radio reports that the Department of Education has warned schools, colleges and universities throughout the country that failing to halt bullying could violate anti-discrimination laws. That letter comes as some groups worry about a...
  • Evangelical giving stays strong in recession

     
    The Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability announced today that charitable giving to ECFA members stayed strong during the U.S. recession, totaling $12.10 billion last year, just a 0.1 percent decline from the pre-recession level of $12.11...
  • Pat Robertson tells '700 Club' viewers current marijuana laws should be changed

     
    Pat Robertson thinks a few ounces of marijuana shouldn't be what sends people to jail...
  • 2010 is over: Top 10 lists are not

     
    Christianity Today magazine's January issue has its own list of the Top 10 news stories that shaped or will shape “evangelical life, thought or mission.” 1. Relief aid to Haiti following the earthquake, but the debate over “armature&#...
  • Critic's Notebook: Smithsonian chief digging a deeper hole

     
    Smithsonian Institution Secretary G. Wayne Clough speaks Thursday afternoon at a Town Hall Los Angeles event at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel on Pershing Square. Arranged last summer, the talk is billed as focusing on initiatives to increase local...
  • Gospel Messengers present free concerts March 12 & 13

     
    The Carthage College Gospel Messengers will present a free concert at 4 p.m., Saturday, March 12 at Changing Your World Ministries International in Orlando. The choir will also perform at 7 p.m., Sunday, March 13, at Downtown Disney. They previously...