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America is ready for marriage equality

More than most, our family understands the movements of history. We were among those who first publicly and proudly identified … Continued

Rosh Hashanah: The start of a new year for humankind as a whole

REUTERS Jewish worshippers pray at the Western Wall, Judaism’s holiest prayer site, in Jerusalem’s Old City Sept. 16, 2012, ahead … Continued

My evolution on gay rights

Carolyn Kaster AP President Barack Obama is seen on television monitors in the White House briefing room in Washington, Wednesday, … Continued

Obama and Romney offer differing views of God

People always ask, “What would Jesus do?,” but in America today, it’s impossible to know. And that’s because there are … Continued

Arizona’s immigration law: Where’s the Christian compassion?

Matt McClain FOR THE WASHINGTON POST Maria Uribe of Phoenix, AZ holds a cross outside the US Supreme Court as … Continued

President Obama’s ‘theology,’ in his own words

In recent days, GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum has criticized President Obama for having a “phony theology” not based on … Continued

My five lessons from On Faith

It was five years ago this month that we launched On Faith. The idea was to inform and educate about … Continued

When atheism turns ugly

Nikki Kahn THE WASHINGTON POST On Sept. 17 in California, one group of atheists tore up photocopied pages on the … Continued

Words can hurt

After Saturday’s tragic shooting in Tucson, some have pointed the finger at inflammatory political rhetoric. Many singled out Sarah Palin’s … Continued

Spiritual power in war

Despite public and military support for overturning Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, the legislation which bans openly gay service members, political, … Continued