Julia Neuberger

Stories by Julia Neuberger
For Jewish women, slow but genuine progress

On International Women’s Day, this series answering, “Is religion good for women?” runs in collaboration with the Tony Blair Faith … Continued

Christmas belongs to Christians

“Keep Christ in Christmas!” is the familiar refrain of Christians who fear the secularization of the holy day celebrating the … Continued

Rally for humility

This weekend, Jon Stewart is holding “a rally to restore sanity” on the mall, two months after Glenn Beck’s religion-infused … Continued

Mixed faiths a mixed blessing

Chelsea Clinton, raised Methodist, and Marc Mezvinsky, Jewish, will wed this weekend. Statistics show that 37 percent of Americans have … Continued

‘Islamic terrorism’ an unacceptable term

What should we call terrorists, some of whom claim to be motivated by their religion? Can one be an Islamic … Continued

Arizona’s moral failure

Of course we in the affluent parts of the world have a moral obligation to help the less fortunate, including … Continued

Courts must reflect the people they serve

I do not believe religion matters in the composition of a court. There has been something of a parallel in … Continued

Social justice rooted in the Bible

Q:Fox News commentator Glenn Beck claims that faith-based calls for “social justice” are really ideological calls for “forced redistribution of … Continued

Heaven is here

Q:What is your vision of heaven? What images – from Scripture, tradition, culture or your personal experience – best describe … Continued

If a pastor loses faith? Resign first.

If pastors lose their faith, or no longer agree with the tenets of the faith that their congregants hold (or … Continued