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A Muslim faithful woman sits as she attends a Mass in tribute to priest Jacques Hamel at the Saint-Leu Saint-Gilles Bagnolet's Church, near Paris on Sunday. Thomas Samson /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Muslim Community Takes A Page From African-American Churches To Get Out The Vote

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Kaine Highlights His Catholic Faith On The Trail — But Will It Sway Catholic Voters?

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Remembering Tim LaHaye, Co-Author Of The Apocalyptic 'Left Behind' Series

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Casey Gerald on the TED Stage. Bret Hartman/TED hide caption

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When Beliefs Fail Us, How Do We Move Forward?

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Tim LaHaye (right) and Jerry B. Jenkins sign the 12th book in the Left Behind series at a store in Spartanburg, S.C., in 2004. Mary Ann Chastain/AP hide caption

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LISTEN: Tim LaHaye On Fresh Air In 2004

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Philadelphia Muslims Hope New Mosque Brings Revitalization

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The Chinese government-selected Panchen Lama, Gyaincain Norbu (right), took part in the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference in Beijing on March 14. Greg Baker/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Tim Kaine's Pastor Describes The Veep Pick's Life As A Devout Catholic

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Lebanese chefs celebrate in Beirut after setting a new Guinness record for what was then the biggest tub of hummus in the world — weighing over 2 tons — in October 2009. The world record effort was part of Lebanon's bid to claim hummus as its own. Ramzi Haidar/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Give Chickpeas A Chance: Why Hummus Unites, And Divides, The Mideast

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Scholars Argue Prosecutions Against Muslim Liberals Don't Follow Islamic Teachings

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Attendees walk past a handful of placards during a break in the Methodists annual conference in Portland, Ore., in May 2016. The United Methodist Church, the nation's largest mainline Protestant denomination, was holding its once-every-four-years meeting and is facing a bitter fight over whether it should lift the church ban on same-sex marriage. Don Ryan/AP hide caption

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Elie Wiesel speaks at Vermont's Middlebury College in 2002. The Holocaust survivor, Nobel laureate and author died July 2 at the age of 87. Jordan Silverman/Getty Images hide caption

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