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While we are doing everything possible to recover what has been taken, The Salvation Army does carry insurance and is protected against these types of situations.
District Judge Sidney Stein dismissed a portion of a lawsuit filed by the New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU) that accused the Salvation Army of improperly using government grants to discriminate in employment on the basis of religion.
Background: Before coming to Eugene, Murray and his wife, Florence, lived in Anchorage, where they were on staff at the Alaska Division Headquarters of the Salvation Army.
I mistakenly thought the Catholic Church denied that salvation was by grace; I knew that anyone who believed this wasn't going to heaven.
First, sin and salvation are mixed up in the lives of poor women.
That partnership was demonstrated in dramatic form after a terrorist attack destroyed the World Trade Center on September 11, when Wal-Mart and the Salvation Army quickly combined their relief efforts.
We heard the Salvation Army express the need for space on a radio program, and within a half hour, our partners had identified the space and reached out to representatives of the Salvation Army.
The most important goal for Christians--the so-called summum bonum--is to attain eternal salvation and, concomitantly, to avoid eternal damnation.
Property occupied by a Salvation Army thrift store was exempt from property taxes because the store was used solely for The Salvation Army's charitable purposes, according to the Supreme Judicial Court of Maine.
Trueman's study of the soteriological impact of William Tyndale, John Frith, Robert Barnes, John Hooper, and John Bradford on English Protestantism should provoke further inquiry into English salvation ideology.