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Awaiting the grand jury’s decision in Ferguson

As the people of Ferguson, Missouri, await the results of a grand jury deliberation, Bishop Gene Robinson fears for the outcome and Dean Mike Kinman offers suggestions as to what they can do when the decision to indict or not is made.

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Worship God or idolize the gun?

Greater personal faith predicts lower attachment to guns and lower levels of gun ownership and that may indicate that religion may promote the kind of conversations about gun control that move beyond the slogans and partisan divides that has made practical solutions impossible.

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Whose Life Is It Anyway?

by Linda Ryan Not long ago, the House of Lords in London undertook a consideration of physician-assisted death and whether or not it should be

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