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March 21 2007 By virtueonline The Young, the Fertile, and the Ambitious: Interview with Philip Jenkins

Your publisher advertises God's Continent together with The Next Christendom and The New Faces of Christianity as part of the "Future of Christianity Trilogy." Did you mean to write a trilogy?

Philip Jenkins: When I originally wrote The Next Christendom, no. I thought I was writing a book. But by the time I was at one and a half books there were clearly going to be three.

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March 16 2007 By virtueonline The Crime of Conviction - General Pace and Morality - Chuck Colson

But then Pace went on to tell the Tribune, "I believe that homosexual acts between individuals are immoral and that we should not condone immoral acts." Well, stop the presses.

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March 15 2007 By virtueonline We live in the land of biblical idiots - by Stephen Prothero

Although most regard it as the word of God, few read it anymore. Even evangelicals from the Bible Belt seem more focused on loving Jesus than on learning what he had to say.

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March 12 2007 By virtueonline Zell Miller Has it Right, Abortion Causes Millions to Be Missing from America

"Over 45 million since Roe v. Wade in 1973. If those 45 million children had lived, today they would be defending our country, they would be filling our jobs, they would be paying into Social Security," the former Georgia governor said. "Still, we watch as 3,700 babies are killed every single day in America. It is unbelievable that a nation under God would allow this."

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March 12 2007 By virtueonline Evangelicals battle over agenda, environment

A new generation of pastors has expanded the definition of moral issues to include not only global warming, but an array of causes. Quoting Scripture and invoking Jesus, they're calling for citizenship for illegal immigrants, universal healthcare and caps on carbon emissions.

The best-known champion of such causes, the Rev. Jim Wallis, this week challenged conservative crusader James C. Dobson, the chairman of Focus on the Family, to a debate on evangelical priorities.

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March 06 2007 By virtueonline UK: Religious Schools May Not Teach Christian Sexual Morals "As if True..."

Although religious schools will be allowed to remain open and may continue to give instruction in various religious beliefs, instruction must be modified "so that homosexual pupils are not subjected to teaching, as part of the religious education or other curriculum, that their sexual orientation is sinful or morally wrong."

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March 03 2007 By virtueonline Magazine publisher accepts Christ, leaves homosexual lifestyle

Cothran goes on in the online edition's current "cover story" to describe her financial contributions to homosexual lobbying organizations, but says her life has now changed.

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March 02 2007 By virtueonline Why liberals are right to hate the Ten Commandments

Even for militant separationists like the ACLU, this ferocious hostility to innocuous and generally uncontroversial monuments looks excessive, even self-destructive. The overwhelming majority of Americans instinctively accept the Commandments as a timeless, cherished summary of universal moral precepts.

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February 25 2007 By virtueonline MASSACHUSETTS: Law of the Land

U.S. District Judge Mark L. Wolf yesterday dismissed a civil rights lawsuit brought by David Parker, ordering that it is reasonable, indeed there is an obligation, for public schools to teach young children to accept and endorse homosexuality.

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February 23 2007 By virtueonline Hollywood's 'Amazing' Glaze. What the new movie covers up about Wilberforce

In fact, William Wilberforce was driven by a version of Christianity that today would be derided as "fundamentalist." One of his sons, sharing his father's outlook, was the Anglican bishop Samuel Wilberforce, who wrote a passionate critique of "The Origin of the Species," arguing that Darwin's then-new theory could not fully account for the emergence of human beings.

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