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Faith community is integral to the healthy masculinity movement

The Rev. Reverend Rob Keithan of the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice began his address at the Healthy Masculinity Summit … Continued

Unnatural disasters

Natural disasters can bring out people’s best. As Hurricane Sandy roared across the Northeast, people joined together to pile sandbags; … Continued

Eliminating workplace discrimination brings us closer to the values of our nation

AP The U.S. Capitol seen in the reflecting pool on Capitol Hill in Washington, Friday, Nov. 12, 2010. In June, … Continued

Why this Baptist is opposed to the Catholic Bishops on the birth control mandate

In the Baptist tradition, believers come to their own moral reckoning through a reading of scripture as informed through the … Continued

Where are the wise men?

By Right Revered William E. Swing Two thousand years ago on the first Christmas, the headlines were about Caesar Augustus’ … Continued

By Rabbi Steve Gutow, Father Larry Snyder, Dr. Michael Kinnamon Uncertainty permeates this recession. Uncertainty about our jobs, our homes, … Continued

Terry Jones, behind the scenes

By Michelle Boorstein Gainesville pastor Terry Jones may have vanished from your TV set, but behind the scenes discussions are … Continued

The emerging American Muslim civic identity

The recent spate of high-profile news on Muslim-Americans can be summed up easily: horror and terror. From Faisal Shahzad to … Continued

Repairing the world

Nothing is more exciting for me than seeing religious communities practice the command from their tradition to serve others. I … Continued

To the Class of 2010

Stanford has always played a unique role in the American imagination. It is a symbol of the American myth of … Continued

Faith still the story

There were many interesting and critical faith issues during 2009. Any number of them would be worth a few pages … Continued

Flirting with Violations of Religious Liberty

Q: Dozens of major religious groups and denominations are urging Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder Jr. to renounce a Bush-era … Continued

Reforming Health-Care Relationships

By Gary GundersonSenior Vice President, Methodist LeBonheur Healthcare What are trust and connection worth in terms of health? How about … Continued

Finally, a Clear Explainer on Abortion and Health-Care Reform

By Jacqueline L. Salmon Here’s the clearest explanation I’ve found of what is in the health-reform package in the House … Continued

Immigration Reform is a Christian Issue

On Friday, June 19th, over 750 influential Latino Evangelical clergy and leaders converged on Washington, D.C., to pray for our … Continued

Fair Faith-Based Partnerships

JUST LAW AND RELIGION By Michael Kessler It was refreshing to hear Joshua DuBois repeat the words “responsible partnerships” in … Continued

Progressive Faith Groups Advertise on Christian Radio

By Jacqueline L. Salmon Christian radio sure has been hearing a lot from liberal- and progressive-backed groups lately. It’s a … Continued

Latino Church Groups Battle Over Census

By Jacqueline L. Salmon There’s a nasty scuffle underway between two major Hispanic Christian organizations over whether illegal immigrants should … Continued

Uncle Sam’s Faith

Should the Obama Administration let faith-based programs that receive government grants discriminate against those they hire or serve? Here’s a … Continued

Conflict or Cooperation? A Case for the Interfaith Youth Movement

Today’s guest blogger is Jennifer Bailey, a rising senior at Tufts University, a Truman Scholar, and a former intern at … Continued