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An Obama Doctrine on religion?

Lauren Markoe of Religion News Service is among the commentators who believe that President Barack Obama yesterday laid out a kind of Obama Doctrine on Religion and Religious Freedom in his speech to the General Assembly of the United Nations.

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Ed Bacon and Oprah

The Rev. Ed Bacon of All Saints in Pasadena, CA will be on the air with Oprah tomorrow (Sunday August 19). Check out the preview

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Religious controversy over major 9/11 events

Some evangelical groups and conservative commentators complain that evangelicals are being excluded from some of the major commemorations set to take place this weekend in New York and Washington a decade after the 9/11 attacks.

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