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Do schools get Thanksgiving wrong?

By John FeaMessiah College and Patheos columnist Last week I was in Georgia leading a workshop on colonial American history … Continued

Exposing the infrastructure of anti-Muslim hate

By Frankie Martin The dismissal of Juan Williams’ from NPR once again exposes the difficulty America is having discussing Islam … Continued

Catholic schools need men

By Mark Judgeauthor The Catholic schools of Washington should hire me — because I’m a man. When I started substitute … Continued

The pope is NOT the victim

Q:A senior Vatican priest last week compared outrage at Pope Benedict’s handling of sexual abuse scandals in the Catholic Church … Continued

Embracing forgiveness education to reshape our world

By Patrick Wellsproducer Many people on the planet continue to exist within a tribe, sect, gang, race or mentality, unable … Continued

In Haiti: Murder & Voodoo

I was in Haiti less than a week after the earthquake. I went with Churches Helping Churches on a aid-delivering … Continued

In Haiti: First contact

I was in Haiti less than a week after the earthquake. I went with Churches Helping Churches on a aid-delivering … Continued

Witnesses, blood and spiritual complications

By Joel P. Engardiowriter, documentary filmmaker Blood transfusions and Jehovah’s Witnesses make dramatic stories. Life and death determined by religious … Continued

Better angels needed for peace in Christmas wars

Q: What do you think of the American Humanist Association’s new “Godless Holiday” campaign? The ads will say: “No God? … Continued

Another Muslim soldier

Today’s guest blogger is Hannah McConnaughay, an Outreach Education and Training Associate at the Interfaith Youth Core. Hannah graduated in … Continued

Hasan and the proselytization factor

By Mikey WeinsteinPresident and Founder, Military Religious Freedom Foundation As we turn our collective eyes to the tragedies of Fort … Continued

Start With Skepticism, Seek Harmony

Q:What makes the best ‘case for God’ to a skeptic or non-believer, an open-minded seeker, and to a person of … Continued

Chicago’s War on Terror

Seventeen more Afghans died yesterday when the Indian Embassy was bombed. This is kind of grim news we have come … Continued

Is She Catholic? Does It Matter?

God in Government blogger Jacqueline L. Salmon notes that the blogosophere is buzzing with speculation about Supreme Court nominee Sonia … Continued

God and Country Don’t Mix at School

A Florida judge has ordered an elementary school to keep a country song entitled “In God We Still Trust” out … Continued

The Coming Evangelical Future

Two recent predictions caught my attention. In The Christian Science Monitor on March 20, 2009, Kentucky writer Michael Spencer wrote, … Continued

Challenging Religion in Schools

By Jacqueline L. Salmon Controversy is raging in several communities as charter schools and public school programs based on various … Continued

St. Joseph’s Day

Today’s guest blogger is Erik Schwarz, founder of Interfaith Works, a nonprofit based in New Orleans, Louisiana, that partners with … Continued

‘Praying Parents’ Put School in Legal Limbo

A year ago, a federal judge ruled that Lakeview Elementary School in suburban Nashville was illegally promoting religion by failing … Continued

Finding Citizen Change-Makers at Boarding School

Today’s guest blogger is Hannah McConnaughay, an Outreach Education and Training Associate at the Interfaith Youth Core. Hannah graduated in … Continued