Church Foreclosures: Hard Times For God's Work
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Ala. Governor Comments Stir Debate On Church, State
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Greeks Divided On Mosque Construction
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Women Increasingly Drawn To Islam In U.K.
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Did The Vatican Tell Irish Bishops To Protect Priests?
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Martin Luther King's Message Inspires A New Generation
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Son Of Jim And Tammy Faye Finds His Own 'Grace'
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Rabbi Calls For Soul Searching After Tucson Attacks
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Connecticut Jewish Group Stuck In Zoning Deadlock
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Brig. Gen. Rhonda Cornum, pictured here in 2008, says the Army's spiritual fitness test was developed in part because people who are inclined toward spirituality seem to be more resilient. But she says that nothing about the assessment indicates whether someone is fit to be a soldier. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Army's 'Spiritual Fitness' Test Angers Some Soldiers
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Twelve Concrete Ways To Live A 'Compassionate Life'
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King James Bible Borrowed From Earlier Translation
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The Lasting Impact Of The King James Bible, 400 Years Later
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