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Religious debates and the App Store, Part I
The Apple App Store, writes religion columnist Terry Mattingly, appears to have a policy which marginalizes faith-based products.
Baptists rethinking catechisms
Some educators, on the Baptist left and right, now believe that it's time for modern Baptists to use an ancient tool -- the catechism -- in their struggles against biblical and doctrinal illiteracy
Duck elderly patriarchs preaching doctrine!
Clearly, it's getting harder for traditional religious believers to publicly voice, let alone to boldly defend, the ancient doctrines of their faith writes religion columnist Terry Mattiongly.
Pope Francis and the top stories of 2013
To no one's surprise, the election of Pope Francis was selected as the year's No. 1 religion story.
Quoting Mother Teresa
Religion columnist Terry Mattingly recalls his meeting with the person he considers the most remarkable he has ever encountered.
Memories of a pastor in Buenos Aires
For those who encountered Pope Francis while he was a South American Cardinal, the message in his first major papal statement does not come as a surprise, writes religion columnist Terry Mattingly.
C.S. Lewis: As popular as ever after 50 years
One of the world's most famous Christian writers and a former atheist, Lewis believed that far too many people in the modern world were slipping into an "easy," "fashionable" agnosticism, writes relligion columnist Terry Mattingly.
Blame it on Woodstock
Religion columnist Terry Mattingly examines how one scholar views the impact of American cultural changes on our understanding of religious liberty.
Classic Billy Graham at age 95, one more time
Religion columnist Terry Mattingly writes about what could be the final sermon of Rev. Billy Graham.
Taking the devil very seriously, for 40 years
The goal of writer William Peter Blatty, who wrote "The Exorcist," was to defend the faith through writing, says religion columnist Terry Mattingly.
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