Ramadan Arrives In Rebel-Held Libya

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For Jennifer Knapp, coming out as gay meant abandoning a promising career as a Christian singer-songwriter. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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For Gay Christian Musicians, Work Balances Faith, Art, Love

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Signs Of Faith In Political Headlines

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A law enforcement official stands by as Polygamist sect leader Warren Jeffs, left, arrives at the Tom Green County Courthouse on Thursday in San Angelo, Texas. Jeffs' much-anticipated Texas trial began on Thursday, with prosecutors claiming he sexually assaulted girls he manipulated into "spiritual marriage," and defense attorneys countering that their client's religious freedoms were trampled. Tony Gutierrez/AP hide caption

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Polygamist Religious Leader Fires His Lawyers

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US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's signature is viewed in a book of condolence at the Norwegian Embassy on July 28, 2011 in Washington, DC. Clinton made the visit to give condolence to the people of Norway for their loss in the July 22, 2011 twin attacks in Oslo and on the island of Utoeya. KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Challenge Of Integrating Muslims Into Europe

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The Quest For Kosher Among China's Other Billion

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Circumcision: Age-Old Rite Faces Modern Concerns

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A Writer Argues For An 'Islam Without Extremes'

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Reporter Janet Reitman Peers 'Inside Scientology'

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Members of the Circle of Protection gather before meeting with President Obama, Wednesday July 20, 2011. Courtesy of Bread for the World hide caption

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Obama, What Would Jesus Cut?

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Denver Archbishop Charles Chaput is seen before a news conference Tuesday in Philadelphia announcing him as the city's new archbishop. Chaput is known for his conservative politics regarding abortion and same-sex marriage. Matt Rourke/AP hide caption

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Phila. Archbishop Retires Amid Sex Abuse Report

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A scholar at the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary examines early Greek manuscripts of the New Testament. Bill Warren/Center for New Testament Textual Studies hide caption

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How Bible Stories Evolved Over The Centuries

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Bishop Harry R. Jackson Jr., left, prays with Jonathan Paul Ganucheau and Denise Buckbinder Ganucheau before performing a religious wedding ceremony that was part of a protest against the District of Columbia city council's approval of legislation recognizing same sex marriages performed in other states, in Washington, on Tuesday, May 5, 2009. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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Pastor Debates Moral Issues Of Gay Marriage

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In Washington, A Ritual For World Peace

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