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Can Romney reconcile his wealth and his faith?

As the calls for Mitt Romney to release his tax returns grow louder, and concerns about his undisclosed millions in … Continued

America can be brought back to greatness, one life at a time

Thomas Graning AP An American flag is seen at Bicentennial Park in Troy, Ala., in 2011. (AP Photo/The (Troy) Messenger, … Continued

Do we need Advent more than Christmas?

Darko Bandic AP Nativity scene made of ice is seen in Graz, Austria, Saturday, Nov. 26, 2011. The nativity scene … Continued

G-20’s commitment to the poor

By Gradye Parsons and Richard Cizik The global economic crisis continues to exact a steep human cost. As we see … Continued

Serve the poor, but don’t surrender to them

Q: Illegal immigrants are flouting U.S. laws, but does affluent America (or Arizona for that matter) have a larger moral … Continued

A deeply spiritual man with a shallow theology

Oral Roberts lived and believed in the American dream. He was also a devoted Christian. The tension between the two … Continued

What is church without mutual aid?

By Chuck Collinssenior scholar, Institute for Policy Studies In the Boston neighborhood around our church, the wreckage of the economic … Continued

Humility for Christmas

If only I’d brought the sword and the hood along with me to the mall. It doesn’t take much to … Continued

Don’t Panic, But Do Mind Your Own Business!

In this crisis, most of us should resolutely mind our own business, act charitably toward neighbors in need, comfort the … Continued

God’s Economics

God may or may not have a “politics,” but the bible certainly presents God as having an economics. Throughout the … Continued

Economy Built on Wishes and Wants

As someone with a close family member right at the heart of the current crisis — he is quite senior … Continued

As in Islam, Holy Days a Balancing Act

Every year since I knew myself as a young Muslim kid growing up in the Gambia, Christians in Africa, in … Continued