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Protestantism

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  • Anne Rice: A pastor responds to author Anne Rice’s decision to leave Christianity

     
    An evangelical pastor has penned a letter in response to author Anne Rice's claim that she will continue to claim Christ, but not Christianity. An excerpt from the letter: That being said I am also deeply cognizant of Christians the world over who have...
  • Milestones of scandal in the chrismatic movement

     
    The August issue of Chrisma magazine includes a piece on milestones over the past 35 years, as documented by the magazine that debuted in 1975. Sprinkled throughout those three and a half decades are moments of shame, disgrace and scandal by evangelical ...
  • Evangelicals pretty sure of the Second Coming; Protestants, not so much

     
    Fifty-eight percent of evangelicals believe Jesus will return to earth by 2050, while only 27 percent of mainline Protestants share that belief, according to a survey by the Pew Research Center for People & the Press. Thirty-two percent of Catholics...
  • Is the Tea Party the party of conservative Christians?

     
    Religion Link asks the question: How friendly is the Tea Party to Christian ideals, especially those embraced by Christian conservatives? “While the Tea Party is widely characterized as a conservative movement, it is fueled by a reservoir of...
  • Frozen embryos pose religious dilemma for right-to-lifers

     
    In-vitro fertilization requires multiple embryos, only a few of which are implanted and become babies. The rest — as many a half-million — are frozen. What to do with those viable, frozen embryos – destroy them, allow other...
  • The Four Flavors of Evangelicals

     
    Two university researchers have come up with four different types of evangelical leaders after interviewing 360 evangelical Christian business leaders, ministers, politicians, entertainers, athletes and entertainers. Sociologists D. Michael Lindsay...
  • WEST BANK: Anti-negotiations conference broken up

     
    Crowds started to arrive at the Protestant church hall in downtown Ramallah in the West Bank shortly after midday Wednesday to attend an anti-negotiations conference. They were responding to a call by local Palestinian leaders opposed to plans by...
  • Two presumed drowned off Huntington Beach

     
    Two young men on a beach outing disappeared off the Huntington Beach Pier on Saturday afternoon and were presumed drowned after a search was called off at sundown. Families of the two missing swimmers arrived from their homes in Banning......
  • Recession shrinks the collection plate

     
    Leaders of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America cut churchwide spending by 6 percent as the result of a 15.2 percent drop in mission support, according to September issue of The Lutheran magazine. The $4.2 million cut included a $592,000 reduction....
  • Glenn Beck: Shall a Mormon lead the evangelicals?

     
    Religion News reporter Adelle Banks writes an interesting and thought-provoking piece about the support, and skepticism, evangelicals have shown conservative talk show host Glenn Beck following his Washington rally. Read the whole story here: http://www....
  • It pays more to be a rabbi than a priest or minister

     
    A survey by the Jewish Daily Forward found that rabbis are generally paid far more than their non-Jewish counterparts, which the online publication attributes to congregation size and the social status of spiritual leaders. According to the survey,...