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Is ‘In God We Trust’ a good motto? Video chat recap

This week’s live discussion led off with the passage in the House of a measure reaffirming “In God We Trust” … Continued

‘In God we trust,’ when politically convenient

A Congressional resolution sends an inappropriate message that the religious views of certain Americans stand superior to others.

For American Muslims, a year of living dangerously

Today’s guest blogger is Farhana Khera, the Executive Director of Muslim Advocates, a national legal advocacy and educational organization. As … Continued

Many charter schools continue to defy church-state separation

More than 1.5 million American children now attend charter schools, thanks to a movement asserting that whatever is wrong with … Continued

Obama right on Indonesia, wrong on “Muslim world”

President Obama’s charge to Indonesia last night was to rise above platitudes. It was to be billed as the second … Continued

Diwali: Strengthening the Inner Light through Service

Deepavali literally means a row (avali) of lights (deepa) or Diwali. In essence it celebrates the awareness and eventual strengthening … Continued

Witnessing the first interfaith event at Park51

By Alex Kronemer Though the September 11th Qur’an burning was called off, the anti-Muslim protests at the Park 51 Community … Continued

Cordoba House: When Fear and Freedom Meet

Today’s guest blogger is Dr. Joel C. Hunter, Senior Pastor at Northland Church in Longwood, FL. Dr. Hunter is the … Continued

Bible commands us to welcome the stranger

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

“And thou shalt love the stranger”

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

A Passover plea: Don’t tread on E Pluribus Unum

By Simon Greer and Shuli Passow Jewish Funds for Justice In 1775, Marine troops preparing to intercept British warships carried … Continued

Evangelicals for immigration reform

Like tens of thousands of other Americans, I’ll be in Washington D.C. this Sunday in the March for America rally … Continued

Just a politician

Q: In the Weekly Standard, University of Virginia professor James. W. Ceaser argues that President Obama’s approval ratings are suffering, … Continued

E pluribus unum

Q: Should the White House, whose residents serve all Americans, display a crèche or a menorah or any strictly religious … Continued

Abolition of Nukes Supremely Admirable

Q: Reacting in part to recent missile tests by Iran and North Korea, President Obama and a unanimous UN Security … Continued

A “Christian” Nation Wouldn’t Act This Way

What’s your reaction to President Obama’s recent statements to the Muslim world that “the United States is not, and never … Continued

Evangelicals Reach Out

A terrible question now stalks this land: Who will step forward to lead America forward out of the bitterness and … Continued

Pope Sets a Clear Path for Interfaith Dialogue

As Pope Benedict explains, the path to interfaith dialogue is about more than mutual understanding between religions.

Taming Our Savagery, 40 Years Later

The Question: The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated 40 years ago. What are your memories of that … Continued

American Law and Shariah are Incompatible

In thousands of Islamist madrasas worldwide, Muslim youth are being told that their fundamental choice is between going to hell … Continued