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Sarah Pulliam Bailey is a national correspondent for Religion News Service.

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World Vision’s Gay Marriage Flip-Flop Reflects Evangelical Angst

From Chick-fil-A to Phil Robertson to World Vision, evangelicalism is embroiled in a public struggle over how to respond to the growing acceptance of homosexuality.

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World Vision Changes Same-Sex Marriage Policy, Christian Leaders React

The large Christian relief agency signals a policy shift, inviting swift criticism from evangelical thought leaders.

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Pastor Mark Driscoll Apologizes for Missteps, Quits Social Media

Celebrity pastor posts letter coming clean to compromise and vows to change

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Faith leaders wrestle over growing support for marijuana

Most Americans favor legalizing the use of marijuana. What will their pastors say?

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Evangelical campaign says everyone—even gays—reflect God’s image

Focus on the Family president Jim Daly joins a coalition of Christian leaders to encourage respectful treatment of all human beings.

Hollywood looks to the Bible for screenplay potential

NEW YORK — Studios and filmmakers are rediscovering a classic text as source material for upcoming mainstream films: the Bible. … Continued

Beyond ‘Kony 2012’: Jason Russell’s attempt at a comeback

ATLANTA — A campaign to arrest an African warlord generated awareness in more ways than the effort’s co-founder Jason Russell … Continued

Woman sues InterVarsity over firing after her divorce

RNS () — A Michigan woman has filed a wrongful-termination lawsuit against InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, saying she was fired because … Continued

Asian-Americans troubled by stereotypes from white evangelicals

RNS () — Asian-American Christians are voicing concerns over how they’re depicted by white evangelicals, most recently at a conference … Continued

Billy Graham’s grandson: Evangelicals ‘worse’ than Catholics on Sex Abuse

AUSTIN, Texas — The Christian mission field is a “magnet” for sexual abusers, Boz Tchividjian, a Liberty University law professor … Continued