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Peter Artemenko

Reformed 'City'

What some call the "New Calvinism" sees itself as reviving an old evangelicalism

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Likely to succeed

The right and left may be nervous about Sotomayor, but confirmation is not in doubt

Illustration by Krieg Barrie

The sixth wind?

Headlines trumpet Christian decline, but a closer look suggests another rise in serious faith

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Ready to compete

God Is Back authors say Christianity is poised to do well-and better than Islam-in the 21st century

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Perseverance of a singer

Uncertainties of a career on stage lead New York actress to "calm down and rely on God-a lot"

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Recession-proof banking?

Grameen Bank and microfinance guru Muhammad Yunus came to America just a year ago with ideas-and success stories-on how the poor can survive a credit crunch

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Bitter wounds

The fighting may have stopped in Sri Lanka, but ethnic tensions are high as thousands of minority Tamils suffer in primitive camps

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Standing down

As the crisis in Darfur deepens, President Obama's hard line from last year turns soft

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Escape from scandal

Cricket helps take the mind off bleak economy and politicians' malfeasance

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