Leith Anderson

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Evangelicals rethink nuclear weapons

Millions of Americans grew up fearing nuclear attack from the Soviet Union. Mehdi Ghasemi ASSOCIATED PRESS In this photo released … Continued

Heal the Sick, Jesus Told Us

Jesus and health care Question:Health-care reform is an economic, political and medical issue. But On Faith panelist and evangelical leader … Continued

Women’s Rights & Religion

Former president Jimmy Carter and other world leaders issued this statement: “The justification of discrimination against women and girls on … Continued

Amercan Holidays, not Religious Ones

The New York City Council last week voted to add two Muslim holidays to the city’s public school calendar, citing … Continued

Higher Priority of Religious Freedom

Background and Question: President Obama recently criticized a French law that prohibits Muslim girls and women from wearing body- and … Continued

New Voice for Evangelicals

Since 1942 the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) has spoken to cultural and political issues through the NAE Office of … Continued

Democracy in Theocracy?

Given the election-related turmoil in the Islamic Republic of Iran, can democracy ever take hold in a theocracy? How should … Continued

Long Line at the Holocaust Museum

The line was long when the U.S. Holocaust Museum reopened in Washington on Friday. It was longer than usual with … Continued

The Coming Evangelical Future

Two recent predictions caught my attention. In The Christian Science Monitor on March 20, 2009, Kentucky writer Michael Spencer wrote, … Continued

Evangelicals For Immigration Reform

Immigration and Evangelicalism are both deeply rooted in American history and culture. They are coming together in 2009 with new … Continued