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Don’t deface the anti-Muslim Metro ads

REUTERS Cyrus McGoldrick, a member of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, talks to commuters as they walk by an advertisement … Continued

Amid Mideast tensions, reject all voices of extremism

AP Protestors face-off against riot police officers guarding the U.S. embassy in Tunis on Sept. 14, 2012. This is a … 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

Let’s all fast during Ramadan

Today’s guest blogger is Gail Rosseau, MD, is a neurosurgeon from Chicago, Illinois. She and her family are engaged in … Continued

Evangelicals to weigh in on Cordoba House

One of the joys of my job as Executive Director of Interfaith Youth Core has been to get to know … Continued

Evangelicals for pluralism

Time Magazine recently did a piece on evangelicals bridging the racial divide. It describes the work that Willow Creek founder … Continued

The Globalization of Tolerance

By Tony Blair Faith matters. Even if you are not of religious faith yourself. Over 4 billion people world-wide recognize … Continued

Muslim Americans React to Obama Speech

By Jacqueline L. Salmon Lots of reaction from Muslim Americans to the speech. The Cliff Notes summary: They liked it, … Continued

On Faith’s New Look

By Sally Quinn and Jon MeachamOn Faith Co-Moderators Dear Readers, Some of you may miss On Faith’s serene shades of … Continued

About The Faith Divide

In his “Faith Divide” blog, Eboo Patel considers the religious events and issues that bring us together or drive us … Continued

Barack Obama: Faith

George Stephanopolous revealed his roots as a preacher’s son when he asked President-elect Barack Obama if he missed being a … Continued

A Different Kind of Conversation About the Middle East

“Step One is recognizing that this is a difficult dialogue … That’s crucially important… [And] when you realize that it’s … Continued

Secularism Good for the Soul

Looking at the shouting match in our culture, between the forces of aggressive atheism (“The End of Faith”, “God is … Continued

The Poor Ye Shall Always Have With You

There is nothing surprising about the fact that nearly 4 out of 5 low-income Americans regard their faith as a … Continued

The New Interfaith Generation

I had the chance to speak to 3,000 young people at the United Church of Christ’s National Youth Event in … Continued

Piecemeal Pragmatic Pluralism

Today’s guest blogger is Timothy P. Manatt. Timothy is a recent graduate of Harvard Divinity School, where he studied comparative … Continued

Karadzic’s Nation of Murderers

A thin line of rage entered my bloodstream when I saw the face of the murderer. It is a liquid … Continued

An Interfaith Wedding

My Catholic nanny (the third-most important woman in my life, after my wife and mother) married her Jewish fiancé this … Continued

Will McCain Stand Up to Prejudice?

“Has it really gotten this bad?” my wife said to me as we listened to NPR yesterday morning while getting … Continued