Introducing Under God 2.0

Starting today, Under God is expanding to include more Post-produced religion content, starting with God in Government — religion news … Continued

Starting today, Under God is expanding to include more Post-produced religion content, starting with God in Government — religion news updates from Post religion reporters Michelle Boorstein and William Wan, who will pay particular attention to religion’s impact on politics, policy and government in Washington.

We’re also going to be adding posts by Elizabeth Tenety, the producer of Divine Impulses and a former blogger for Faithbook. Liz will be keeping us informed about religion’s impact on popular culture, especially celebrity, in her Pop Theology posts.

We’ll keep you updated on the wide range of religion-related coverage by Post staffers here in Washington and around the world. And we plan to add new blog features as we go.

Meanwhile, I’ll continue to post topical discussion starters, inviting you to comment on Today’s Topics.

We hope the more comprehensive Under God will become your one-stop destination for all religion-related news and views produced by The Washington Post. Please let us know if you have suggestions for topics, stories or other areas of coverage: [email protected] or [email protected]

David Waters
editor, On Faith

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