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Ford and faith

By Edward E. Plowman
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Politics | Though "quiet and off the record," religious beliefs shaped the former president

End of a ruthless era

End of a ruthless era

By Mindy Belz & Jamie Dean
Posted

Iraq | Saddam's death closes a door on dictatorship and opens new debate about Iraq's future

Cross-culture wars

By Dinesh D'Souza
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Islam | The Bush administration is reviewing its Iraq policy in 2007, but a longer-range dilemma looms: Are problems in American culture making the international war…

A question of linkage

A question of linkage

By Dinesh D'Souza & Marvin Olasky
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Islam | Enemy at Home author Dinesh D'Souza and WORLD's Marvin Olasky, author of The Religions Next Door, debate how far Muslims and Christians can go to form…

'How can we not offer a prayer?'

'How can we not offer a prayer?'

By Priya Abraham
Posted

China | Christmas means crackdown on some Christian worshippers

Malaria milestone

Malaria milestone

By Priya Abraham
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Africa | Concentrated funding for treatment-and the controversial return to insecticides-is beginning to lower malaria's scourge

Sign up or pay up

By Timothy Lamer
Posted

Money | French plan for a global warming tariff gets a cool reception from world leaders

Gunned down

Gunned down

By John Dawson
Posted

Sports | Darrent Williams' death highlights problem of gun violence in pro football

Mailbag

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Letters from our readers

Silent furnace

Silent furnace

By Andrée Seu
Posted

Our trust in God is refined and perfected when our Master doesn't speak

Don't be a Bepper

Don't be a Bepper

By Marvin Olasky
Posted

Searching for alternatives to Big Economic Planners

Robert's rules

Robert's rules

By Joel Belz
Posted

Innovative doctor's practice of transparent pricing looks better than ever

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