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Britain’s Queen Mother Elizabeth chats with Eric North, secretary of the American Bible Society, during a visit to the organization’s headquarters in New York City on Oct. 28, 1954. AP Photo/John Lindsay

How the American Bible Society became evangelical

The American Bible Society, with an annual revenue of nearly $370 million, is one of the largest religious nonprofits, and a highly influential one.
People pray during a special service to wish for a successful inter-Korean summit and peace on the Korea peninsular at a church in Seoul. AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon

For many South Korean Christians, reunification with the North is a religious goal

With almost 30 percent of South Koreans either Protestant or Catholic, faith plays a big role in how people think about relations with the North.
The abyss of hell. Sandro Botticelli.

What is hell?

The meaning of hell might have changed over the centuries, but for devout Christians it remains a core part of their faith.
Songwriters such as Nick Cave (pictured) and the late Yolngu star Gurrumul have often drawn on the scriptures in their work. Paul Bergen/EPA

Why our declining biblical literacy matters

In less than two generations, the proportion of Australians who never pick up a Bible has leapt to seven out of ten. But a robust biblical literacy can help us decode creative works and understand the past.
Cory Bernardi announces the recruitment of the Australian Christian Lobby’s Lyle Shelton to his Australian Conservatives political party. Regi Varghese/AAP

Why the Australian Christian right has weak political appeal

Despite attempts to import its ideas, evangelical Christianity has never held the same political appeal in Australia as it does in the United States.

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