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  • Sheila Schuller Coleman: The reverend daughter

    Sheila Schuller Coleman: The reverend daughter
    Iwas 7 or 8 years old, reading my way through my kiddie encyclopedias, when I infuriated my Sunday school teacher by suggesting that the miraculous parting of the Red Sea was simply low tide. At that age, Sheila Schuller was working for her father's...
  • Ordinary Injustice

    Once somebody’s in jail,” the New Haven private investigator Gerald O’Donnell said recently, “it’s real hard to get them out. “Even when you know they’re innocent.” O’Donnell was talking to the...
  • Around Town: Thoughts on interfaith principles

    Around Town: Thoughts on interfaith principles
    On Christmas Day in 1934, John P. Washington, the son of Irish immigrants, was ordained as a Roman Catholic priest. Shortly after Pearl Harbor, Father John was appointed as a U.S. Army chaplain. He attended chaplaincy school at Harvard with three...
  • Bush: No negotiation with 'killers'

     
    by Mark Silva and updated JERUSALEM - President Bush, addressing the Israeli parliament at a time celebrated by Israelis and mourned by Palestinians, today will remind Israelis that Americans rose first to the recognition of the new independent state of.....
  • Obama/McCain: Who's the favorite now?

     
    Organized punditry has spent several months declaring Obama the favorite in the presidential race, apparenly forgetting that Americans have shown a proclivity for electing Republicans to the White House -- in 7 of the last 10 races. Now, suddenly, this......
  • Obama at NAACP: 'Next 100 years'

     
    by Mark Silva One hundred years ago, black boys and girls attended school separately from white boys and girls, by law, in many parts of the United States, home of the free. One hundred years ago, black men and women......
  • Health Care Reform Leaves Christian Scientists Out

     
    While just about every religion preaches the power of prayer over illness and injury. Praying for sick members is a stock feature of church bulletins. There are several churches that believe in faith healing and others that believe in the link between...
  • Old Testament scholar resigns from Orlando seminary after evolution kerfuffle

     
    Reformed Theological Seminary Orlando (which actually is located in Oviedo) announced this week that renowned scholar Bruce Waltke has resigned from his position as Professor of Old Testament. He formerly taught winter and early spring classes at the...
  • Friday’s TV highlights

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of May 16 - 22 in PDF format This week's TV Movies SERIES Medium: The supernatural drama starring Patricia Arquette presents its season finale (9 p.m. CBS). Kitchen Nightmares: Some of......
  • Famed evangelist Robert H. Schuller is not stepping down, daughter says

     
    Crystal Cathedral's senior pastor, Sheila Coleman, expressed outrage in an interview Sunday after rumors spread across the media and the Internet that her father, church founder Robert H. Schuller, was stepping down. "That's wrong," she said. "He's...
  • Christian leaders convene to discuss global attitudes toward racism

     
    A global conference of Christian leaders will convene at the national headquarters of the United Church of Christ in Cleveland Aug. 26-29 to discuss strategies and responses to racism.  Members of the World Council of Churches will look into ways i...