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Alabama News | Jan. 6 2000

YouthLink 2000

More than 1,200 Alabama students found a unique way to spend the end of the 20th Century. They didn’t use the last days of their Christmas... [READ MORE]

Alabama | Jan. 6 2000

A Year in Review

By far, the biggest news for Alabama Baptists in 1999 was the defeat of proposed state lottery gambling. Church leaders from different denominations,... [READ MORE]

Children | Jan. 6 2000

Sex education focuses on abstinence

MENLO PARK, Calif. – Abstinence has increasingly become a focus of sex education in the nation’s schools, according to new studies.... [READ MORE]

Gender/Sexual Issues | Jan. 6 2000

Hawaii High Court ends efforts at gay marriages

HONOLULU, Hawaii – The Hawaii Supreme Court has ended efforts to legalize gay marriage in the state, which once was expected to approve... [READ MORE]

Law/Legal/Politics/Voting | Jan. 6 2000

Baptist receive White House apology over religious comment

White House spokesman Joe Lockhart had apologized for his comments linking the Southern Baptist Convention to organizations that “perpetuate... [READ MORE]

Children | Jan. 6 2000

Supreme Court upholds Vermont ruling

MONTPELIER, Vermont – Supreme Court says Vermont can’t subsidize religious school students. The nation’s highest court has... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Jan. 6 2000

Alabamians graduate from seminary

Alabamians graduating from seminary during the December graduations included students at Samford University’s Beeson Divinity School, New... [READ MORE]

United States | Jan. 1 2000

World Trade Center steel beam cross now a memorial

The Cross has been saved. The cross, that is, of steel beams uncovered as workers in New York, cleared away debris at the World Trade Center.... [READ MORE]

Bible Studies | Jan. 1 2000

NAMB lauches Go magazine for students

“Go!” The one-word summation of the Great Commission is also the name of the North American Mission Board’s newest magazine,... [READ MORE]

Top Stories | Aug. 28 0119

Fla. ministry called No. 1 ‘hate group’ in state

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — A well-respected Florida ministry is suing after finding its name on a CNN map of “all the active hate groups where... [READ MORE]

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