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2000-01-06

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Court rules against atheists, permits sale of Mt. Davidson Christian cross, land
 
2000-01-03

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The Truth Is Out There - In China
 
2000-01-03

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Arguments presented over Mormon temple, Dover amendment
 
2000-01-01

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Survey: Atheists less prone to divorce than Christian fundamentalists
 
1999-12-29

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Judge approves Ten Commandments monument on Indiana city hall lawn
 
1999-12-26

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As countdown begins, reports of potential millennialist violence
 
1999-12-24

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What happened to separation? Candidates cite Jesus, faith in election campaigns
 
1999-12-24

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Many cults believe the world will end January 1
 
1999-12-23

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White House spokesman addresses Baptist intolerance
 
1999-12-21

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Ohio voucher proponents vow appeal
 
1999-12-18

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West Virginia school board rejects Creationism proposal
 
1999-12-17

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Global survey measures religious beliefs
 
1999-12-15

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Texas winter solstice display tests free speech agreement
 
1999-12-15

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Santa myth dangerous?
 
1999-12-14

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Sheriff's Site Slams Clinton, China, Press
 
1999-12-13

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Supreme Court rejects school voucher appeal
 
1999-12-13

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Atheist director wants 'equal time' for Winter Solstice display at town hall
 
1999-12-13

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Playing God: Should scientists create new life forms?
 
1999-12-11

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Idaho board to examine sale of Table Rock Christian cross
 
1999-12-09

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Federal judge upholds Christmas holiday as secular: Ganulin to appeal case
 
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