Why a clear majority of white evangelical Protestants supported the U.S. torture regime.
Successful movements for women’s ordination and gay ministers have swept through Protestant churches, but the movement toward racial reconciliation is mixed, at best.
Reuters photo In a recent contribution for On Faith, former Chicago Theological Seminary President Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite denounced U.S. drone … Continued
Charles Dharapak AP Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney places a prayer note as he visits the … Continued
The U.S. House of Representatives voted last week to eliminate federal funding for Planned Parenthood, which provides abortions, along with … Continued
By Rev. Richard Cizik and Rev. Debra W. Haffner They say that politics makes strange bedfellows, and perhaps they are … Continued
By Charles C. Camosy Religious pro-life voices in the public debate are often marginalized. First, the arguments they make are … Continued
By Michelle Boorstein One year into the Obama administration, it seems too early to weigh the influence – or potential … Continued
By Rev. Steven D. MartinExecutive Director, New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good Imagine your best friend borrowing your credit … Continued
By Jon Cohen, Jacqueline L. Salmon and Michelle Boorstein A firestorm has erupted over recent poll analysis from the Pew … Continued
As leaders in the evangelical and progressive communities, we’ve believed for a while now that the divisiveness of the culture … Continued
The pastor of the now too-well-known Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church occasionally wrote columns for the local newspaper, the Knoxville … Continued