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Five Christian Theologies Scarier Than Halloween

Here are some christian theologies that will prove halloween should be the least of our nightmares.

Memories of the March: 10 voices recall 1963 March on Washington

WASHINGTON — Religion News Service asked participants in the 1963 March on Washington to reflect on their lasting memories of … Continued

Christians need to look beyond individualism this holiday season

REUTERS Choristers from St. Paul’s Cathedral School sing Christmas carols during a photo call inside the Cathedral in central London … Continued

Filmmaker asks whether hell is real, and who goes there

It’s something that has haunted Kevin Miller ever since he became a Christian at age 9 at summer camp: hell. … Continued

Obama gets better: Faith, family and LGBT equality

Pete Souza AP President Barack Obama participates in an interview with Robin Roberts of ABC’s Good Morning America, in the … Continued

Blue Like Jazz: I was Donald Miller

I was Donald Miller. Once upon a time, a lot of us were. Some of us still are. I, too, … Continued

President Obama’s ‘theology,’ in his own words

In recent days, GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum has criticized President Obama for having a “phony theology” not based on … Continued

Our Christian president and the people who cannot hear him

President Obama opened his National Prayer Breakfast remarks by saying, “I begin by giving all praise and honor to God … Continued

Obama says faith mandates him to care for the poor

WASHINGTON — President Obama connected his faith with his policies toward the poor at the National Prayer Breakfast on Thursday … Continued

Rick Perry and the perils of sectarian religion in 2012

Melina Mara THE WASHINGTON POST Texas Governor and Republican candidate for the GOP Presidential spot, Rick Perry, spoke to a … Continued

A secular view of Obama at the National Prayer Breakfast

By Jacques Berlinerblau President Obama spoke on Thursday morning at the 59th annual National Prayer Breakfast. The gathering is one … Continued

By Francis DeBernardo, Marianne Duddy-Burke, Casey Lopata, Nicole Sotelo Today is National Coming Out Day, a day set aside as … Continued

Dobson’s Successor Praises Obama, Looks for Common Ground

By Jacqueline L. Salmon Below is my interview with Jim Daly, president and chief executive officer of Focus on the … Continued

Faith in the (Democratic) Party

We all know about the audacity of hope now. It’s the title of Barack Obama’s book, and it summarizes his … Continued

Observing a Faith in Action

Three weeks into my new life as a divinity school student headed toward Unitarian Universalist ministry, I find myself questioning … Continued

Wall to Wall Obama

Barack Obama has delivered dozens of remarkable American speeches. He has told his father’s immigrant tale, from goat-herder to graduate … Continued

Interfaith Conversation

Some of the most important and illuminating literature of the 20th Century was about the role that faith played in … Continued

Tony Blair’s Conversion

It’s one of the best-trailed conversions in the history of the Catholic Church. Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, an … Continued

Mormon Social Radicals?

While strolling through a bookstore in Salt Lake City, I came across a copy of a newspaper called The Mormon … Continued

My Great-Grandfather and the Social Gospel

I recently sent Brian McLaren an e-mail introducing myself as the great-grandson of Walter Rauschenbusch. Brian is a pastor, the … Continued