More on Clinton Global Initiative

The presidential debates: Religion? Anyone?

Marvin Joseph/The Post and Melina Mara/The Post President Barack attends a campaign event at Bowling Green State University in Bowling … Continued

Facing faith in American public schools

Beginning this fall, students in Jodi Ide’s class at Brighton High School will go beyond textbook discussions of world religions … Continued

To the Class of 2010

Stanford has always played a unique role in the American imagination. It is a symbol of the American myth of … Continued

Realizing the (Muslim) American Dream

Today’s guest blogger is Zeenat Rahman, the Director of Strategic Partnerships at the Interfaith Youth Core, where she oversees policy … Continued

About The Faith Divide

In his “Faith Divide” blog, Eboo Patel considers the religious events and issues that bring us together or drive us … Continued

In Defense of Sonal Shah

When I heard that Indian American Sonal Shah was named to be part of the Obama transition, I thought to … Continued

The Financial Tsunami Drowning Poverty Agenda

The most shocking comment for me in last week’s Vice Presidential debate was Joe Biden’s rather casual suggestion that foreign … Continued

Rick Warren, Interfaith Activist

Rick Warren is our new Billy Graham – at the center of not only his own Christian tradition, but of … Continued

Interfaith Work Fit for a Queen

I first met Her Majesty Queen Rania of Jordan three years ago at the Clinton Global Initiative, where we served … Continued

New Orleans: Recover, Rebuild, Rebirth

The shoeshine guy checked out my scuffed-up right shoe and said, “I can get that mark off for you, my … Continued