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A rabbi’s call to draft Israel’s ultra-Orthodox into military service

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‘Hug an Atheist’ film tries to put a human face on unbelief

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On gay bishops, what a difference a decade makes

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Opponents of gay marriage say they’re no bigots

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How women are remaking Buddhism

On International Women’s Day, this series answering, “Is religion good for women?” runs in collaboration with the Tony Blair Faith … Continued

Singing on “Idol,” and facing the wrath of religious traditionalists

The biggest worry for most “American Idol” contestants is whether the judges will let them continue to the next round. … Continued

What Christians should learn from Dan Cathy

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Scott Lively gets his day in court

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The end of the world has been postponed – again

AP People gather around a sacred fire at the Mayan archeological site of Iximche during a ceremony marking the end … Continued

Q&A with Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf

Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf has spent most of his adult life trying to build interfaith and international bridges. But to … Continued