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Fall 2003, Vol. 6, No. 3

Cover Story:
The Anglican Crackup
The consecration of a gay bishop sends the Anglican communion to the brink.

Frank Kirkpatrick

The View From Lagos
Nigerian Anglicans flex their muscles.

Matthews A. Ojo   

From the Editor:
Under Whatever
by Mark Silk

Special Supplement to Religion in the News
Religion and the 2004 Election

The Case of Chaplain Yee
Serving the religious needs of Muslim POWs may be a bad career move.
by David W. Machacek

Instructions From the Vatican
Did the papacy order bishops to cover up sex crimes?
by Andrew Walsh

The Social Gospel Lays an Egg in Alabama
Most Alabamians don't think Jesus wants them to pay higher taxes.
by Lisa San Pascual

God and the EU Charter
One continent, not under God.
by Jean-Francois Mayer

Mel Gibson, the Scribes, and the Pharisees
Christians: 1, Scholars: 0
by Amy-Jill Levine

Gibson and Traditionalist Catholicism
Mel Gibson returns to the faith of his fathers.
by William D. Dinges

The Religion of Country
It's harder than you think to get Jesus into country music.
by David W. Machacek


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