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  • All Things to All Men (1)
  • All Things to All Men (1)

    From our idioms to our videogames to our sex shops, the King James Bible's influence is everywhere.
      From our idioms to our videogames to our sex shops, the King James Bible's influence is everywhere.
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  • Calling for Calm
  • Calling for Calm

    Spokane's bishop wants to talk hot topics, without everyone getting so hot under the collar.
      Spokane bishop Blase Cupich wants to talk hot topics, without everyone getting so hot under the collar.
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  • The Godless
  • The Godless

    As politicians fight over faith, more and more people are losing it.
      It´s Sunday in Moscow, Idaho, and all eyes turn to Tyler Palmer. “I couldn’t be happier,” he tells the group congregated before him. Palmer, 32, has a boyish quality to him, despite the day or two of stubble on his face. The sleeves of his military-style shirt are rolled up. Every Sunday, Palmer and the people here meet to talk about their beliefs. Unlike the vast majority of Americans, what binds them together isn’t a shared faith, but rather a shared faithlessness.
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  • Mitt the Modern Mormon
  • Mitt the Modern Mormon

    What does Romney's religious background tell us about his candidacy?
      Why can%uFFFDeuro;%uFFFDt Mitt Romney connect with voters, let alone inspire them? Some observers blame his problem on Mormon theology, others on his wealth and how he got it. Quite obviously, Romney%uFFFDeuro;%uFFFDs church departs fundamentally from mainstream Christianity %uFFFDeuro;” both in regards to narrative and theology.
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  • Holy Spirits
  • Holy Spirits

    Every Sunday at the A Club, Christ and cocktails collide
      A tall man with shaggy blond hair and matching brown sweater and slacks, Greer holds a stack of paper notes instead of a Bible. His pulpit is a music stand. His congregation sits not on pews, but barstools. Besides the spotlight, the only illumination in the room is a neon Coors Light sign.
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  • New Beginning
  • New Beginning

    The Mayans saw a new era dawning in 2012. What about us?
      The Mayan calendars cover a multi-faceted collection of linear and cyclical measurements that go back almost 3,000 years as well as forward in time âeuro;” however far you care to extend them.
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  • Church And State
  • Church And State

    As the recession reduces education budgets, local churches come bearing manpower and funds.
      Rowan McLean, a 7-year-old in a cartoon vampire shirt at Sheridan Elementary, has been going through some pretty tough times lately. Her parents are divorcing. Sometimes she feels lonely at lunch. She gets in trouble occasionally. But on Tuesdays she sees Kristy, and everything’s all right.
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  • Selling Something?
  • Selling Something?

    At the fair and on buses, an atheist campaign works to create community in the face of opposition.
      Look down the rows of vendors at the Spokane County Interstate Fair and you’ll see a booth for the Child Evangelism Fellowship group, another that asks, “Are you going to Heaven?” and another questions, “Are you a good person?” But there’s a different message among them, too: “Are you good without God? Millions are.
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  • The Power and the Pews
  • The Power and the Pews

    A Spokane native exposes systematic failures in the Catholic church in her new book.
      The story of their impassioned, unyielding campaign to overturn the archbishop’s decision and spare their house of worship from closure — at a time when the diocese was trying to sell off assets to pay for sex-abuse claims — was covered in a Pulitzernominated series for the San Francisco Chronicle.
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  • Mormons in the Mainstream
  • Mormons in the Mainstream

    Local members reflect on the church's moment in the national spotlight.
      So it’s onto the next door, to ask the homeowners to hear about their faith, if they need any yard work done, if they have any neighbors who recently moved in or had a baby. People in the middle of big life changes tend to be more interested in religion, the missionaries say.
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