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Judge Nixes Questionnaires In Evangelist Case

Posted: 02/25/2009 - Potential jurors in the child-abuse case against jailed evangelist Tony Alamo will discuss their views on sex and religion in person, not on paper.

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Goodie Awards for Black History Month

Posted: 02/25/2009 - The 1st ever Goodie Awards is a salute to Black History Month by acknowledging people that aremaking a difference in the community.

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Church Helps Man Taken By Captors

Posted: 02/25/2009 - Members of a St. Louis church say a bruised and bloodied man wearing nothing but a blanket interrupted their evening worship service and said he had just fled from captors.

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Florida Clergy Are Asked to Help Troubled Youth

Posted: 02/25/2009 - The head of Florida's Department of Juvenile Justice, the Rev. Frank Peterman, is asking his fellow religious leaders to help kids who get in trouble with the law.

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Defense Lawyers Seek Dismissal of Kosher Slaughterhouse Charges

Posted: 02/24/2009 - Attorneys for a kosher slaughterhouse and a former executive charged after the plant was raided by immigration officials have asked a federal judge to dismiss the case or move the trial out of Iowa, claiming anti-Jewish bias that one lawyer compared to Nazi-era Poland.

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Court Won't Revive Christian Student's Lawsuit

Posted: 02/24/2009 - The Supreme Court is declining to consider a Kentucky high school student's claim that he should be allowed to sue his school district over a policy that allegedly barred him from expressing religious opposition to homosexuality

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Virginia Senate Committee Kills Police Prayer Bill

Posted: 02/24/2009 - An effort to allow Virginia's State Police chaplains to pray in the name of Jesus or any other specific deity at public events has died in a Legislative committee.

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Islamic Law to Be Imposed in Parts of Pakistan

Posted: 02/17/2009 - Pakistan has agreed to impose Islamic law and suspend military offensives against militants in an area near the Afghan border where Osama bin Laden is believed to be hiding.

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Bishop Sees Problems In Restoring Ties to Vatican

Posted: 02/17/2009 - Monsignor Bernard Fellay, one of four traditionalist Roman Catholic bishops rehabilitated by Pope Benedict, says he expects it will be hard to set aside differences over doctrinal issues raised by the Second Vatican Council.

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