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Have we forgotten what Bar Mitzvahs are all about?

The egregious, licentious and thoroughly awful video that is circulating ‘celebrating’ a Bar Mitzvah contains so much that is offensive … Continued

Christians in Sudan face increased hostility

NAIROBI, Kenya — Despite a promise by the Sudanese government to grant its minority Christian population religious freedom, church leaders … Continued

Drones aren’t the murky moral subject we pretend they are

Reuters photo When a new technology develops, society must sometimes rush to catch up to its ethical ramifications. Take drones, … Continued

Ron Paul on sniper Chris Kyle: Live by the sword, die by the sword

Julie Jacobson AP This Feb. 1, 2012 file photo shows then-Republican presidential candidate, Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas speaking in Las … Continued

I am the rape exception

AP Candidates for Indiana’s U.S. Senate seat Democrat Joe Donnelly, left, Libertarian Andrew Horning, center, and Republican Richard Mourdock participate … Continued

Bringing Dharma, Seva, Shakti and Yoga at the Political forefront

As I watched the vice presidential debate last week I saw how comfortable we, as a nation, are about religion … Continued

U.S. Military, Open Your Doors to Sikhs

AP A sparrow braves an Indian Air Force honor guard standing at attention for a review by visiting Myanmar Army … Continued

Drone wars: The temptation of automated conflict

David Silverman Getty The Eitan, the Israeli Air Force’s latest generation of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), flies over a ceremony … Continued

‘Tis the season … to attack Christian faith

It is the holidays – a time for friends and family to gather to celebrate Christmas and Thanksgiving – and … Continued

Hiroshima’s lessons: What the Air Force should remember about Just War and nuclear weapons

Kiyoshi Ota GETTY IMAGES A woman prays for the atomic bomb victims in front of a cenotaph at Hiroshima Peace … Continued

Thanksgiving in Haiti

By Franklin Graham As America celebrates Thanksgiving today, Haiti will celebrate, well . . . not much. Having spent my … Continued

The religious case against torture

By Rev. Richard L. Killmer The CIA used torture methods that violated the list of techniques that the Office of … Continued

Nuclear swords to God’s plowshares

By Deena Guzderfree-lance journalist While most Americans were celebrating Independence Day by unfurling flags and setting off fireworks, over a … Continued

Israelis and Palestinians both created by God

Q: In a statement Monday, Vice President Biden said the U.S. is consulting with other nations “on new ways to … Continued

Christian leader rejected for supporting “don’t ask, don’t tell”

By William Wan U.S. military officials rescinded their invitation to prominent conservative Christian leader Tony Perkins to speak at prayer … Continued

When pagans get our rights, everyone benefits

In his recent guest column for On Faith, Dallas pastor Robert Jeffress states that “the decision by Air Force Academy … Continued

‘Don’t ask, don’t tell’ in a foxhole

By William BlazekBoston College School of Theology and Ministry Here is a story rarely told: I slept with a man … Continued

Air Force’s pagan mistake

By Robert JeffressPastor First Baptist Church of Dallas Several weeks ago, Christian leaders, including myself, denounced televangelist Pat Robertson for … Continued

Pro-life and pro-choice should applaud Tebow

By Chad Henningsauthor, former NFL player We, as a nation, are crying out for transparency and authenticity. We want our … Continued

Gunning for the First Amendment

By Mikey Weinsteinfounder and president, Military Religious Freedom Foundation The Constitution won a battle last week, and Lady Liberty is … Continued