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Let’s not just have another ‘conversation’ on race

President Obama pauses as he speaks to reporters in the Brady Press Briefing room of the White House in Washington … Continued

An evangelical prayer for immigration reform

Today, in Washington, D.C., hundreds of evangelicals from across the country gathered to worship, pray and meet with legislators to … Continued

Alcoholics Anonymous wrestles with its spiritual roots

BEVERLY, Mass. — For Alcoholics Anonymous to continue helping addicts find freedom in sobriety, the 75-year-old organization has to reclaim … Continued

2013: The year without fear?

Jason DeCrow AP Members of the Sikh community hold a candlelight vigil outside Newtown High School before an interfaith vigil … Continued

Faith community is integral to the healthy masculinity movement

The Rev. Reverend Rob Keithan of the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice began his address at the Healthy Masculinity Summit … Continued

Why are Tibetans burning In Tibet and starving in New York?

China is on high alert in Tibet every March due to sensitive political anniversaries. Tibetans commemorate the March 1959 uprising … Continued

Why the world needs faith

There will be no peace in our world without an understanding of the place of religion within it. The past … Continued

Obama’s speech in Indonesia: reality overwhelms rhetoric

“No single speech can eradicate years of mistrust.” This is perhaps the truest thing President Obama said in his speech … Continued

Tipping the scale in DC

Today’s guest blogger is Jennifer Bailey, a Campus Engagement Associate at the Interfaith Youth Core where she works to transform … Continued

Call for humanitarian aid in Uganda

Archbishop Joh Baptist Odama Rt. Rev. Macleod Baker Ochola II For over 23 years, millions of our sisters and brothers … Continued

Religious commitments and social change

Today’s guest blogger is Hilary Keachie, a Faiths Act Fellow Alumna who spent the last year building interfaith cooperation and … Continued

Presbyterian answer to Israeli-Palestinian conflict

By The Rev. Dr. Katharine R. Henderson & The Rev. J.C. Austin, Auburn Theological Seminary You wouldn’t believe us if … Continued

In PBS interview, Cardinal Levada discusses abuse crisis

PBS NewsHour will air an exclusive interview today with Cardinal William Levada, whose office is handling about 3,000 claims of … Continued

How to Be White

What can we expect will result from the “beer summit” hosted by President Obama with his invited guests, Professor Gates … Continued

Obama’s Brilliant Beginning

President Obama’s speech in Cairo was brilliant. It took a necessary leap forward in rhetoric, demonstrating that when Obama said … Continued

Obama, Cairo and Interfaith Service

In Cairo, President Obama stated in no uncertain terms the importance he places on interfaith cooperation. He also stressed that … Continued

Turning the Tragedy of Aasiya Zubair Hassan into Action

While I would unequivocally assert that domestic violence and religion share no connection, that religion encourages harmonious relationships in the … Continued

Obama Must Reject Bush Decisions & False Assumptions

After a whirlwind inaugural week in Washington, I went to Friday prayers in Mecca. After hearing President Obama speech on … Continued

Saddleback Shines Light on Faith/Foreign Policy Link

Saturday’s Saddleback Civil Forum could go down as the most important pre-convention event of the 2008 general election. Pundits continue … Continued

Obama at the Compassion Forum

Imagine being a Muslim kid in Pakistan or Indonesia. Every time you hear an American politician talking about Islam, it … Continued