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Terry Mattingly

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FIRST-PERSON: Fundamental truths about the Norway killer

Contrary to media reports, the Norway killer was not a fundamentalist Christian or -- according to his own words -- even a Christian, says columnist Terry Mattingly.

DNC: On the count of three, pray

WASHINGTON (BP)–At the first inauguration of George W. Bush as president, the Rev. Franklin Graham raised eyebrows by using an edgy word in his prayer. “May this be the beginning of a new dawn for America as we humble ourselves before You and acknowledge You alone as our Lord, our Savior and our Redeemer,” said […]

FIRST-PERSON: PG or not PG, that is not the question

WASHINGTON (BP)--When it comes to "Facing the Giants," the one thing the players in Hollywood and the Bible Belt agree on is that this Christian indie flick deserves a PG rating.

Christian film rated PG to warn of ‘thematic elements’

WASHINGTON (BP)--The Motion Picture Association of America is crystal clear when it describes why its "PG" rating exists -- it's a warning flag.

FIRST-PERSON: Religious language, amid triumph & tragedy

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (BP)--White House scribe Michael Gerson's telephone rang with a vengeance after the 2003 State of the Union address and its claim that there is "power, wonder-working power, in the goodness and idealism and faith of the American people."

FIRST-PERSON: ‘Alienated Journalists’ ponder moral values

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (BP)--One perk of covering a White House race from day one is that early bird journalists snag lots of one-on-one time with the candidate.

FIRST-PERSON: Methodists weigh the vote totals

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (BP)--From coast to coast, United Methodists are doing the math.

FIRST PERSON: ‘The Passion’ & the Talmud

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (BP)--The ancient rabbinic text is clear about the punishment for those who twisted sacred law and misled the people of Israel.

FIRST-PERSON: Vague faith in Middle Earth

LOS ANGELES (BP)--Faced with the end of his world, even the cheery hobbit Pippin lost hope.

FIRST-PERSON: Hollywood & ‘the God room’

NEW YORK (BP)--Cell phone to her ear, "Junket Bible" in hand, the studio publicist dashed into a Park Avenue hotel lobby to face another pack of journalists waiting to catch another shuttle to yet another movie.