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Mailbag

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Grateful for Google Thank you for writing about Google.com ("Search for a search engine," Aug. 7). It is a great search engine that has saved me a great deal…

A milestone, with many miles to go

By Mindy Belz
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International | Religious freedom activists praise the State Department's first report on worldwide religious freedom, but fault the government for trimming its sails with…

Caught in the conflict

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International | Colombian evangelicals find themselves under attack by both guerrillas and paramilitary forces

'Terrific burden of violence'

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International | Observers worry that new attacks in Colombia deliberately target Christians

Hollywood goes spiritual

By Gene Edward Veith
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Culture | Why should the devil get all the good movies?

The culture of Mammon

By Chris Stamper
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Culture | Mass stock trading sets itself up for a fall, keychains go digital, and other cultural buzz

TV: Orwell with muppets

By Roy Maynard
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Television | Turner Network's production of the anti-totalitarian classic Animal Farm rings true

Ministry of Culture, Inc.

By Andrée Seu
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So who needs censorship, anyway?

It's not beanbag

By Marvin Olasky
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But don't run away from politics

Chronology of the rampage

By The Editors
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1. Ashbrook enters the building by way of the south portico and confronts gathered members of the church. He opens fire in the foyer, killing Sydney Browning.

E-cars and e-cash

By Chris Stamper
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National | Through e-commerce, Bill Gates can sell automobiles and prisoners can sell art; Sega tries to turn its Japanese nightmare into a U.S. dream; and Swiss bank…

Religion News

By Edward E. Plowman
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National | The era of Henry Lyons is over William I. Shaw, 65, a Philadelphia pastor, won the presidency of the National Baptist Convention, U.S.A., last month in Tampa,

 
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