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Acceptance key to ending fear

Today’s Portland Press Herald features a column focusing on Christian hospitality and last week’s Islamic prayer service at the Washington National Cathedral: As children of

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Have hymnals become dinosaurs?

In an essay adapted from the Yale Institute of Sacred Music’s Kavanagh Lecture on October 24 2013, entitled “Have Hymnals Become Dinosaurs?: The Costs of

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Poor Gays

In an entry for, Bishop Gene Robinson highlights the intersection of poverty, sexual orientation, and race in a recently released report:

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Southern Baptists and identity crisis

According to Sharon Groves, Director of the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s Religion and Faith Program, the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission in

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