The U.S. Needs to Take a Hard Look at Its Foreign Policy Commitments

In the aftermath of Malaysia Flight 17, the U.S. has to ask itself how far it’s willing to go to protect its Eastern European allies.

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IRS Agrees to Monitor Churches for Electioneering

In a settlement with the Freedom from Religion Foundation, the IRS has agreed to monitor churches in keeping with its anti-electioneering provisions.

Islam is the Latest U.S. Scapegoat

In years to come, we will look back on the current anti-Muslim hysteria and wonder how we could ever have felt this way.

The Double Standard of Religious Leadership

Why preachers should practice what they preach even more than what they believe.

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Social media campaigns have created offline change for religious organizations.

Hey Religious Leaders, Maybe Twitter Isn’t a Great Place to Pontificate

For many thought leaders, Twitter is not a good look.

Why Does the Web Make My Inner Bigot Come Out?

In person, I can be perfectly polite to people with whom I disagree. Why do I want to treat them with disdain online?

Glam Metal for God: A Q&A with Stryper Frontman Michael Sweet

In the 1980s, bands like Poison and Mötley Crüe ruled the airwaves — and Stryper ruled right alongside them.