Daily Archives: March 15, 2012

 

Trees, Art And Spirituality

From the Biblical paradise of the garden of Eden to the contemporary retreat from urban chaos, trees have long provided shelter, shade and natural wonder….

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Christian Pastor Won’t Be Executed, Iran Claims

An official from Iran has refuted claims that imprisoned pastor Youcef Nadarkhani will be executed after Ahmed Shaheed, the "special rapporteur for human rights in…

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James Ossuary Proponent Acquitted of Antiquities Fraud

JERUSALEM — A Jerusalem court on Wednesday acquitted an Israeli collector of forging a trove of Bible-era artifacts but failed to determine whether a purported…

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Petition: Free Pakistani Christian woman set for execution

By the CNN Wire Staff (CNN) – Activists presented a petition Tuesday to the United Nations Human Rights Council calling on Pakistan to free a Christian mother of five from being put to death on the charge of blasphemy. A Pakistani court Asia Bibi guilty of defiling the name of the Prophet Mohammed during a [...]

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With Alabama and Mississippi losses, Romney continues to stumble in Bible Belt

By Dan Gilgoff, CNN.com Religion Editor (CNN) – Mitt Romney’s losses in Alabama and Mississippi on Tuesday offered more stark evidence of a huge stumbling in his quest for the GOP nomination and the White House: his difficulty winning in the evangelical-rich Bible Belt. With Rick Santorum’s victories in Alabama and Mississippi, he and Newt [...]

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Opponents Of Proposed Mosque Clash With Islamic Society Organizers

Fears that a mosque would bring religious extremists, and even ties to terrorism, surfaced Tuesday when leaders of the Islamic Society of Milwaukee arrived at…

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Billionaire Family Offers Massachusetts Campus For Free

NORTHFIELD, Mass. — A billionaire family from Oklahoma has turned a no-stoplight town in Massachusetts into an essential destination for Christian institutions nationwide with one…

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Cuban cardinal: Pope’s visit aims to revive religious passion

By Patrick Oppmann, CNN Havana (CNN) – In a rare speech on state-controlled television, Cuba's Catholic cardinal said an upcoming visit by the pope would reignite the religious fervor in the island. Cardinal Jaime Ortega y Alamino, the Archbishop of Havana, told viewers that Pope Benedict was visiting the island to "revive a sleeping faith, [...]

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Town Reaches Decision On Renaming ‘Jew Pond’

MONT VERNON, N.H. — Residents of a rural New Hampshire town have voted to rename a fishing and skating spot that’s been called Jew Pond…

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Doctor Who Championed ‘Death With Dignity’ Dies At 83

By Anne Saker Religion News Service PORTLAND, Ore. (RNS) Peter Goodwin, the first doctor in Oregon to campaign publicly for the terminally ill to obtain…

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