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The Untouchables' Church
Despite a Catholic bishop's protest suicide in 1998, Christians hold little hope for repeal of blasphemy law.

Directions: Committing the Unforgivable Sin

Hollywood: Disney Ditches Dogma
Religious groups say boycott bears fruit.

Briefs: The World

Pakistan: Christians Cleared of Blasphemy
But more than 50 Pakistani Christians have been victimized on trumped-up charges since 1987

High Court Injustice
What you can do to help persecuted Christians in Pakistan.

Fish Tale Fin-tastic, but How Mighty Is Bruce ?
Religious film critics look at Finding Nemo, Bruce Almighty, The In-Laws, The Matrix Reloaded, Daddy Day Care, and The Dancer Upstairs

Bruce Almighty
Jim Carrey plays God with unholy flair in a movie that is Judeo-Christian to its bones

Pakistan: Christian Principal Accused of Blasphemy
33-year-old Pakistani Presbyterian faces death penalty if convicted.

"100 Years After Excommunication, Church Cannot Look Kindly Upon Tolstoy"
Russian Orthodox hierarchy rejects request of writer's great-great-grandson.

Priest Horrified as Zimbabwe Politician Compared With 'Son of Man'
Incident is not the first such comparison in Zimbabwe politics

Pakistan: Court weighs appeal of death-row Christian.
Family pins hopes for release on attorney's novel argument

From the Fringe to the Fold
The Scottish Bible Society offers cash to performers who use arts festival to spread gospel

Kitsch Watch
None of Frank Bear's photo-mosaics have attracted as much attention as one of President Bush-composed of pictures of Jesus.

As Close as Our Breath
Jim Carrey plays God with unholy flair in a movie that is Judeo-Christian to its bones

Pakistan Court Acquits Christian of Blasphemy
"Arrested in 1998, Aslam Masih is released from prison because of a lack of evidence"

Valparaiso Repents For Holding Interfaith 9/11 Service
"Book pulled for pilfered preaching, Griswold says homosexuality as we understand it not mentioned in Bible, and other stories from online sources around the world"

Ordinary Terrorists
Muslim extremists in Pakistan do not always belong to dangerous groups.

ARTICLE: Earthquake in the Mainline
After a year of debate and division, a Presbyterian theologian explores what went wrong at last year's controversial Re-Imagining conference.

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