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Preacher Joe
The first Jew running on a major party’s national ticket does religion to a fare-thee-well.
by Mark Silk





From the Editor: Taking Stock
Readers find places on their desks for Religion in the News.
by Mark Silk

Cult Fighting in Massachusetts
A professional cult fighter takes a large and unexamined role in the state investigation of possible fatal child abuse in a small religious group.
by Andrew Walsh

The Mexican Election: Bringing the Church Back In
With the election of Vicente Fox, Mexico makes a break with nearly a century of anticlericalism.
by Oscar Aguilar Ascensio

Rome Relativism, and Reaction
Following the controversial Vatican declaration Dominus Iesus, journalists do some of their own pontificating.
by Dennis R. Hoover

Waco Redux: Trial and Error
A hostile judge and uninterested media allow the Waco Affair to slip into oblivion.
by Stuart A. Wright

Tibet I: Lama on the Lam
The escape of the teen-aged Karmapa Lama from China helps call into question the whole reincarnate lama tradition.
by Ellen Herson Wittman

Tibet II: Monastic Spinmeister
The Dalai Lama outspins the Chinese Government at the UN’s Millennium World Peace Summit.
by William K. Piotrowski

The Never Ending Story
The struggle among mainline Protestants over how to respond to the demands of homosexuals for full equality enters its fourth decade.
by Andrew Walsh


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