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Muslim groups respond to Osama bin Laden’s death

“His actions and those of Al-Qaeda have violated the sacred Islamic teachings upholding the sanctity of all human life. His acts of senseless terror have been met with moral outrage by Muslims worldwide at every turn in the past decade.”

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Episcopal Youth Event planned to be transformative

The Episcopal Youth Event was created by the General Convention in 1982 to “gather and capture the energy and enthusiasm of young people for their church,” according to Bronwyn Clark Skov, youth ministry officer for the Episcopal Church.

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$15 million campaign for bishops’ health, wellness, education

The following Press Release was just received from The Office of Public Affairs. Was anyone else under the impression that this is the most pressing need in the church? While Deputies have to seek outside funding to get their work done? Is this the new way we fund programs? What other questions does this raise for

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Newspapers suing bloggers

…three newspaper chains have discovered that filing copyright lawsuits can become yet another profit center. The problem is, their definition of copyright infringement not only contradicts copyright law, but also poses a serious threat to bloggers and other online outlets everywhere.

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Seminary: waste of time and money?

I’ve known scores of seminary students. Many have the natural leadership gifts to be pastors, but many do not. I’ve seen the ones who do not jumping through the bureaucratic hoops with a wife and children in tether, sacrifices made, poverty borne with grace, and then heartbreak.

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