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Faith in women

Muhammed Muheisen AP A Pakistani Christian woman prays during a Mass on Good Friday in a church in Islamabad, Pakistan, … Continued

Will Mormons’ racial history be a problem for Mitt Romney?

Marvin Perkins says God led him to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints — but friends advised otherwise. … Continued

Remembering other 9/11s: Landmarks of History

What is secular and what is religious? As a Hindu I can be spiritual but not religious and vice versa. … Continued

Going public with faith

When the suicide bomb exploded as worshippers left New Year’s mass at a Coptic church in Alexandria, 21 people died … Continued

Honor Dr. Martin Luther King by embracing the American Muslim community

By Russell Simmons and Rabbi Marc Schneier One of us got his start by promoting parties, selling a new genre … Continued

Searching for the American DREAM

Today’s guest blogger is David Fraccaro, an ordained United Church of Christ Minister who works at Interfaith Youth Core as … Continued

Who represents American Muslims? No one

By Farhana Qazi The Ground Zero madness is not an either-or proposition, or at least it should not be viewed … Continued

Do Muslims have equal rights?

By John Esposito In recent weeks, Republican politics and attempts across America to block the building of mosques have underscored … Continued

Holy boldness of women

FAITH IN ACTION By Katherine Marshall “Women are the boldest and most unmanageable of revolutionaries.” That’s how Sister Joan Chittister … Continued

Religious freedom to exclude

JUST LAW AND RELIGION Michael Kessler The Supreme Court handed down its long-awaited opinion in Christian Legal Society Chapter of … Continued

Arizona’s network of mutuality

Today’s guest blogger is David Fraccaro, an ordained United Church of Christ Minister who works at the Interfaith Youth Core … Continued

Personal (Ir)responsibility

Q:Fox News commentator Glenn Beck claims that faith-based calls for “social justice” are really ideological calls for “forced redistribution of … Continued

Faith still the story

There were many interesting and critical faith issues during 2009. Any number of them would be worth a few pages … Continued

Riots in China, and Everywhere

By Eboo Patel and Samantha Kirby If you’re keeping track of all the recent headlines featuring young people dying on … Continued

A Path to Jewish Renaissance

Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the Jewish calendar, is also known as the day you can’t get a seat … Continued

Don’t Exclude Humanists, Atheists from the Melting Pot

This past Sunday the Democrats unveiled their 2008 convention with an “Interfaith Gathering of Clergy.” I am a Humanist: a … Continued

Speak for Yourself

Today’s guest blogger is Erum Ibrahim, a rising senior at DePaul University majoring in International Studies and Political Science. Erum … Continued

Diversity and its Discontents

The first thing my wife and I comment on when we go to a restaurant or a park is the … Continued

Archbishop’s Comments Distorted

American laws and American courts should treat the faith of Islam, and the sharia law to which it gives rise, … Continued

America’s Real Power

Secretary of Defense Bob Gates caused a stir with a recent speech in Kansas extolling the importance of ‘soft power’ … Continued