More on Christian Identity

When a “Christian America” Meant Something Else

John FeaPatheos.com American evangelicals, who have long understood the United States as a thoroughly Christian nation, once interpreted the consequences … Continued

Why evangelicals should reach out to Muslims (and Hindus, Buddhists and others)

Today’s guest blogger is Skye Jethani, an ordained pastor, author, and speaker. He serves as senior editor for Leadership Journal, … Continued

Celebrating a Jewish Christmas

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

Ignore the willfully ignorant

President Obama’s 10-day Asia trip includes visits to India and Indonesia, the world’s largest Muslim country. The president chose not … Continued

Attack on the legitimacy of the Jewish state demands pope’s response

By Rabbi Cooper On March 26, 2000, Pope John Paul II stepped up to the Western Wall, the symbol of … Continued

Balancing faith with the Constitution

In recent debates between tea party endorsed Senate candidates and their Democratic opponents, faith has emerged as a campaign issue. … Continued

How I rediscovered Christianity through Islam

By Philip Clayton I always thought that the way to believe more deeply was to surround myself with other Christians. … Continued

A college in the service of Christ

The president of Berea College told me a story that sums up his institution’s mission in the world. An evangelical … Continued

Interfaith down under

Today’s guest blogger is Cassie Meyer, Content Director at the Interfaith Youth Core. She has a Master’s Degree from the … Continued

Swiss vote ill-advised and offensive

Q: What’s your reaction to Sunday’s decision by voters in Switzerland to ban construction of minarets, the slender towers from … Continued