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The Dalai Lama’s compassion disconnect

The Dalai Lama was in the area this week to give the Anwar Sadat Lecture for Peace at the University … Continued

Female converts to Islam facing growing scrutiny

BOSTON — When Karen Hunt Ahmed and her Muslim husband divorced four years ago, many friends asked her, “Now you … Continued

Mindfulness and Kwanzaa

Mark Gail WASHINGTON POST William Ross, 10, lights the candle representing the Kwanzaa principle Nia (purpose) during the annual holiday … Continued

Spiritual wisdom in 140 characters or less

The Dalai Lama has 5,702,736 followers on Twitter. How many people does he follow? Zero. Pope Benedict XVI plans to … Continued

Why Christians should resist Black Friday

Parker Michels-Boyce AP From left, Mark Pugh, Frankie and Pam Davis, and Jamie Pugh look over the discounts that await … Continued

The Consequences Of Shattering A Faith Glass Ceiling

The economic situation in the country is affecting us all; and those affected the most are hit hardest. “Around 14 … Continued

Calling Bachmann

JD Pooley AP Rep. Michele Bachmann, a tea party favorite considering a run for president in 2012, speaks to a … Continued

Julia Roberts’ search for inner peace

Julia Roberts’ statements to Elle Magazine (see David Gibson’s recent article) that she and her family are practicing Hindus are … Continued

God’s plan for my peace

By Tonya Muse I have heard many people of faith say that God has a plan for your life, but … Continued

People should stop fearing prayer

Q: Did the Pentagon do the right thing by disinviting evangelist Franklin Graham from a National Day of Prayer event … Continued

Desperately Seeking Security

By Isha Juddspiritual teacher, author Today, more than ever before, humanity is facing uncertainty. In the midst of global economic … Continued

Religion & Violence

Today’s guest blogger is Ola Mohamed, a senior Political Science and International Studies double major at the University of North … Continued

Signing Over Under God

Well this is my farewell note to readers of this blog. From now on, On Faith’s illustrious editor and longtime … Continued

God and Midterms

“Okay, God, here’s the deal. I know we were going to talk last night, but I got tied up with … Continued

Healing Wounds, Body and Soul

As our dialogue broadens in examination of the various issues surrounding faith, its meaning and pursuit, let’s not brush too … Continued

Upward and Onward

The question reminds me of one I was asked some years ago by a salesperson for my newspaper syndicate. After … Continued

My Conversion from Homosexuality

Like many, my faith journey began in my youth — 38 years ago. As a teenager, I committed my life … Continued