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  • RAP GETS RELIGION:

    "The gangs have the right idea!" A-Man shouts from the flatbed of a semi-truck trailer serving as the stage for Hip Hop Church America outside the Crystal Cathedral on a hot fall afternoon. "But instead of killing each other they should be out there...
  • Earl Paulk dies at 81; progressive evangelical's legacy fell to sex scandals

    Archbishop Earl Paulk, a former mega-church leader who rose to fame with his progressive evangelical ministry only to have it all crumble after a series of sex scandals, has died in Atlanta. He was 81. Paulk, of the Cathedral of the Holy Spirit at Chapel...
  • Ralph D. Winter dies at 84; Christian missionary was one of America's most influential evangelicals

    Ralph D. Winter, a Christian missionary who was named one of America's 25 most influential evangelicals by Time magazine in 2005, died Wednesday at his home in Pasadena after battling multiple myeloma and lymphoma. He was 84. Winter stepped onto the...
  • Women and religion

    According to the New Testament, women were among the earliest followers of Jesus and played an important role in early Christian communities. Even today, the "man in the pew" is likely to be a woman. But women in many Christian denominations continue to...
  • Stalin was an atheist -- so am I

    Antony Flew will go to hell. So will the rest of us who reject Jesus Christ as our savior, according to Bible-believing Christians. But Flew, an 84-year-old English philosopher, is a hot item in some evangelical circles. In 2006, Biola University -- a...
  • Sirius, XM and American values

    Worried about the proposed merger between the XM and Sirius satellite radio services? So are more than 70 members of Congress, Consumers Union, the Consumer Federation of America and the American Antitrust Institute, among other groups. On the other...
  • Obama to birthers: knock it off. At prayer breakfast, he also tells religious leaders to stop targeting gays

     
    The National Prayer Breakfast is usually a low-key affair. The gathering of leaders in politics, business and religion has been attended by every U.S. president since Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1953. Usually the eggs and orange juice mingle with calls......
  • 'Idol' hopeful and a Heisman winner: Janell Wheeler and Tim Tebow

     
    Last year, we had an "American Idol" contender dating a ballroom champion (Joanna Pacitti and Mark Ballas -- still together, though her "Idol" run was cut short). For Season 9, we could be looking at the pairing of an "Idol" hopeful with one of football's...
  • A century of Times editorials on the filibuster

     
    Readers sometimes accuse The Times' editorial board of decrying the filibuster -- and other such procedural obstructions to legislative action -- only when it inhibits Democrats from passing their pet projects (such as healthcare reform). As far as the...
  • WebClawer: PETA wants to neuter Knut; owners fight to save dachshund that bit vet tech; Christian blogger defends post that advocated killing Tilikum the orca

     
    -- Celebrity polar bear Knut is in the spotlight once again: People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals' German wing is calling for the young bear to be castrated over concerns that a potential mating with his current roommate would......
  • Sacrilegious, vulgar graffiti spray-painted on Reseda church

     
    Vandals struck a Christian church in the San Fernando Valley overnight, spray-painting vulgar, anti-religious phrases across the building's doors and windows. Police say they are investigating the incident as a hate crime. Los Angeles police officials say...