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Timothy C. Morgan

Timothy C. Morgan is an author at Religion News Service.

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NEWS STORY: Doctors Concerned by International Organ Trafficking

By Timothy C. Morgan — July 9, 2004
c. 2004 Religion News Service WASHINGTON _ If Dr. Thomas Diflo hears his patients talk about going abroad to buy a kidney, heart or lung, he advises against it. If they do travel out of the country to purchase an organ, he will refuse to provide them follow-up treatment. Diflo and others in the medical […]

NEWS FEATURE: Anti-Terror Policies Create Obstacle for Muslim Students

By Timothy C. Morgan — July 3, 2004
c. 2004 Religion News Service WASHINGTON _ This is the first summer in four years M’hamed, a Moroccan graduate student, will not be going home to visit. M’hamed’s student visa has expired, and he is afraid that if he leaves the country, he will not be able to return to Virginia, where his wife still […]

NEWS FEATURE: Author: `Soul of Church’ at Stake in Global AIDS Fight

By Timothy C. Morgan — May 7, 2004
c. 2004 Religion News Service WASHINGTON _ With an estimated 46 million people in the world living with HIV/AIDS, some Christian communities say it’s time to step up their efforts in the fight against the global pandemic. Recently, the Rev. Donald Messer of Denver, Colo., a United Methodist minister and theology professor, issued his own […]

NEWS STORY: At Pew Forum, Differing Sides Square Off Over Religion and Marriage

By Timothy C. Morgan — May 4, 2004
c. 2004 Religion News Service WASHINGTON _ As the dispute over gay marriage heats up, much of the language of the debate is religious, with supporters arguing gay unions may actually uphold religious norms while opponents maintain they neglect and undermine the moral requirement of procreation. A recent Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life […]
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