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The Values Voter Summit Doesn’t Own God

I cringe as I listen to speeches invoking God’s name on behalf of political agendas.

Conservative Christianity and the transgender question

The Internet is abuzz with conversation about the “T” in “LGBT” this week, after California Gov. Jerry Brown signed into … Continued

Buddhist nun professors or none?

Exiled Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama speaks during a public discourse. (B MATHUR/REUTERS ) Buddhist women are celebrating a … Continued

Why is there no female Dalai Lama?

Every time Buddhism migrated from its place of origin in India to other countries, whether Sri Lanka, Burma, Japan, China … Continued

Mormon women wearing pants love the Gospel

Jeff Blake FOR THE WASHINGTON POST The Book of Mormon sits on a coffee table as Mormon missionaries make home … Continued

Homeless find support on Facebook, Twitter

Here’s something everyone can “like”: Social media fosters community, even for those who don’t have a home. A new study … Continued

Not just chess: Atheists are organizing high school clubs, too

High school kids can join the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, the Jewish Student Union, the Muslim Students Association and, in … Continued

How the Web is killing faith

apple “Open access to knowledge — the ability to fact check your pastors and imams and rabbis — is a … Continued

Debunking Kirk Cameron’s Christianity

Since, I was too old to obsess over Mike Seaver, I never got caught up in the whole Kirk Cameron … Continued

A biblical sexuality

(Read Driscoll’s previous three essays in this series here, here and here.) What’s the first thing you think of when … Continued

Seeking justice for ‘the least of these’

As the American left continues to seek a coherent way to articulate its moral priorities in these days of political … Continued

GWU’s women’s-only pool hours opens debate about accomodations for Islam

By Michelle Boorstein An interesting discussion is brewing around George Washington University’s decision earlier this month to set aside one … 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

Why is Senate hiding from Hyde?

By Sister Mary Ann WalshDirector of Media Relations, U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops The thousands of pages in the health … Continued

Palestine must be a secular state

By Hussein IbishSenior Fellow, American Task Force on Palestine As Palestinians press the international community to live up to its … Continued

Respecting Freedom of — and from — Religion

New Hampshire became the sixth state to let gay couples wed. The new law was approved after revisions exempted members … Continued

Religious Accommodation or Neutrality?

Sometimes it’s hard to tell the First Amendment forest from the trees, especially with respect to deciding whether governmental agents … Continued

The Joy and Challenges of Being a Sikh Woman

Having been born into a family of another faith, my spiritual journey along the path of Sikhism obviously did not … Continued

Confess to God, Not Pollsters

“All have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God,” writes the Apostle Paul in the Epistle to the … Continued

Guest Blogger: Dutch Muslims?

By Hind Makki “I only feel Dutch when I travel abroad.” A Dutch-born-and-raised man who works as an engineer for … Continued