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Spring 2002, Vol. 5, No. 1


The Media vs. the Church
by Mark Silk

The Scandal of Secrecy
Damaging revelations about the hierarchy's response to priestly sexual misconduct triggers the biggest American religion story ever.
by Andrew Walsh

The Cardinal and the Globe
The Boston Globe has been locked in on the priest pedophiles scandal for a decade.
J. Ashe Reardon

The Mormons Score a 9.6
The LDS Church puts across a new message at the Salt Lake City Olympics.
by Jan Shipps

The Indispensable Source
On matters Mormon, Jan Shipps is cited here, there, and everywhere.
by Philip Barlow

Grappling with Islam:

Bush and the Burqa
The plight of Afghan women helps sell the war on terror.  by
Christine McCarthy McMorris

Missionaries or Not?
The media and the mission of Christian "aid workers" jailed in Afghanistan.
by Dennis R. Hoover

Redressing a Grievance
A Christian top gun shoots down the Air Force's rules for female military personnel off-base in Saudi Arabia.
by Michael E. Naparstek

Covering Islam in Eqypt
Islam profoundly shapes the Arabic press, but gets little direct attention.
by James J. Napoli

Harry and the Evangelicals
Many conservative Protestants are not wild about Harry Potter, but love the Lord of the Rings.
by Richard Peace

Returning to Normalcy
The post-September 11 spike in religious activity subsides.
by Andrew Walsh


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