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3 Pointers to Read Good Sources of Information About Islam

By Martin Accad | March 22, 2019

A lot of bad information is out there about Islam. How can you separate the good from the bad? To reclaim the discourse about Islam in the church, these 3 pointers will help you find sources motivated by love, not fear or anger.

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Jonathan Merritt, author of "Learning to Speak God from Scratch," talks about the importance of speaking up at Advocacy in Action 2019 in New York City.

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By Jared Porter | July 24, 2001

President Bush met with Pope John Paul II for the first time Monday, in the midst of Bush’s struggle over federal funding of stem cell research. Several Bush advisers said the president would likely not make a decision about stem cell research until after the July 23 visit, according to the Washington Post. The pope […]

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Most Americans Call Themselves Christians

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | July 24, 2001

America is a Christian nation, according to an ABCNews/Beliefnet poll that asked, “What if anything is your religion?” In a random national sampling of 1,022 adults, 83 percent identified themselves as Christians, in telephone interviews conducted June 20-24, 2001. “Most of the rest, 13 percent, have no religion,” wrote ABCNews analyst Gary Langer. “That leaves […]

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By EthicsDaily.com Staff | July 24, 2001

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By Jared Porter | July 17, 2001

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By Alex Smirnov | July 17, 2001

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