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Imprisoned Egyptian convert regularly beaten

Egypt prison

ISTANBUL, Turkey — Authorities in Egypt are regularly beating and dragging across a concrete prison floor noted convert Bishoy Armia Boulous, formerly known as Mohammed Hegazy, his attorney said. Imprisoned by Egyptian authorities on trumped-up charges for photographing Muslim attacks …

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Death penalty debate stirred by Boston bomber sentence

Death penalty

The death sentence of convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, combined with four allegedly botched executions in the U.S. last year and an anticipated Supreme Court ruling on the death penalty this summer, has fueled debate among evangelicals regarding the …

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Marriage redefined: Young evangelicals in crisis


What does the rising generation of young evangelicals think about marriage? Here’s the troubling truth. For five years, Dr. Abigail Rine has been teaching a course on gender theory at George Fox University, an evangelical school in the Quaker tradition. …

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