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Is the GOP about to have an (Asian American) evangelical problem?

Few Americans know that Asian Americans voted largely in favor of Obama when he ran against McCain in 2008. Little … Continued

What I’ve learned about Mormons

Jeff Blake FOR THE WASHINGTON POST A Mormon missionary shows the Book of Mormon and the New Testament to an … Continued

Mitt Romney’s dog/ God problem

Mitt Romney has a palindrome problem. In case you happen not to know what a palindrome is, it’s a word … Continued

Rick Perry and the perils of sectarian religion in 2012

Melina Mara THE WASHINGTON POST Texas Governor and Republican candidate for the GOP Presidential spot, Rick Perry, spoke to a … Continued

American exceptionalism rooted in Christian exceptionalism

Washington Post political reporter Karen Tumulty wrote Monday about the growing use of the idea of “American exceptionalism” by political … Continued

Tea-publicans and the Know-Nothing recycle

The Tea Party paints itself as something new in American politics: it is not. United States’ history has always harbored … Continued

Christians must reject “Burn a Quran Day”

By Jennifer S. Bryson “Burn a Quran Day” is how a church in Florida is preparing to mark the ninth … Continued

Mormon-Evangelical Dialogue: Changing for the Better

By Bridget Jack JeffriesBlogger and Contributor to Patheos.com I got my start in Mormon-Evangelical online dialogue posting on a now-defunct … Continued

The evolution of a Christian creationist

By Rachel Held Evans Good News! Young evangelicals are shifting their allegiance.   Much has been said about the mass … Continued

The doubting Christian

By Jason Boyett I am a Christian. I come from a Christian family and live in the Bible Belt. I’ve … Continued