Religion Making Headlines

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Hillary Clinton: Let’s Not Confuse Faith and Science

Sen. Hillary Clinton explains her faith in relationship to science and her position on evolution. - MSNBC

Brownback staffer's E-mail Stirs New Controversy Over Romney's Mormonism

A staffer for Sen. Sam Brownback's presidential campaign circulated an e-mail last week that raised questions critical of Republican opponent Mitt Romney's Mormon faith. - The Salt Lake Tribune

Churches Face Dilemma Over Sheltering Migrants

It's a question that vexes many in the often-silent middle of the immigration debate: What is legal -- and what is right? - Religion News Service

New Thinking in Hot Debate on ‘Curing' Gays

Christian ministries theat see homosexuality as a treatable disorder are starting to think that choice may not be a factor. - Los Angeles Times

Romney's Mormonism Attracts More Scrutiny ... and a Whisper Campaign

Mitt Romney's Mormonism isn't something his rivals for the Republican presidential nomination talk much about in public, but his faith appears to have stoked a whisper campaign, engineered by an Iowa staffer for Sen. Sam Brownback (R-Kan.). - The Washington Post

Obama: Faith Plays a Significant Role in Public Life

Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama insisted Saturday that religious faith can play a central role in politics, but only if it's used to tackle moral issues and not to divide the nation. - The Courier

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