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Mormons and Baptists compete for converts

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As Rowan Williams retires, speculation turns to successor

LONDON — Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams said Friday (March 16) he will step down at the end of 2012, … Continued

Google takes the Dead Sea Scrolls online

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Missing Muslim countries’ Ramadan

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Does tweet mean cheap?

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Heroines against gendercide

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Muslim pluralism problems

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Avoiding Armageddon

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Mean Enough for Politics?

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