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Frank Page, right, president of the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee, leads a panel discussion with members of the President's Council on Calvinism at the Southern Baptists' annual meeting in Houston. RNS photo courtesy Adam Covington/Baptist Press. 
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Billy Graham with Michael Tait.   RNS photo courtesy Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.
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Billy Graham and Toby McKeehan (TobyMac).  RNS photo courtesy Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.
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Billy Graham (left) and Bill Clinton in the White House.  RNS photo courtesy Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.
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 Billy Graham (right) during an interview on CNN's "Larry King Live" in 1994. RNS photo courtesy of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.
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Billy Graham (far left) with former Presidents (from left) George H.W. Bush, Jimmy Carter, and Bill Clinton. RNS photo courtesy Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.
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Gary Dorrien, an ethicist at Union Theological Seminary in New York City, one of the nation's most prominent liberal Protestant seminaries.  For use wtih RNS-OBAMA-LEFT, transmitted on February 8, 2013, RNS photo courtesy Union Theological Seminary.
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South Carolina Episcopal Bishop Mark Lawrence.
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WCC blasts U.S. for blocking ecumenical meeting in Cuba

GENEVA (RNS) The World Council of Churches says the U.S. economic blockade of Cuba violates religious freedom by preventing a group of Latin American churches from hosting a summit on the island nation. By Peter Kenny.
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Fate of accused abusive pastor in the hands of his flock

STOVER, Mo. (RNS) In any denomination, Christians confronted with the shocking news that a pastor has been accused of sexual misconduct, many congregations circle the wagons. But what happens when those circling the wagons around their pastor are also those who have to make the ultimate decision about his fate — his career, his paycheck, his reputation? By Tim Townsend.  
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