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‘Holy Terror’: Holy war is waging against sexual minorities

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Can young evangelicals move beyond the Religious Right?

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Religious freedom ambassador settles into role, diplomacy

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Pew study shows dramatic growth in religious advocacy

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Faith in the Philippines

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