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Mark Sanford’s political redemption

Former South Carolina governor Mark Sanford and Argentinian fiancee Maria Belen Chapur celebrate his primary victory. (Associated Press) FIGURING FAITH … Continued

Suffer the children

As news about shootings at an elementary school in Newtown, Conn., began to spread last week, I could hear the … Continued

Ancient wisdom for 21st century problems

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Faith and the business of AIDS

Nikki Kahn THE WASHINGTON POST WASHINGTON, DC, JULY 24: Aaron M. Laxton, joined a few thousand activists and protesters in … Continued

Upon this stubborn rock

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Blaming religion for Sept. 11

A dual challenge many adults face this week is how they remember the events of Sept. 11, 2001 privately, and … Continued

Rejoice! The good green news is born

“Keep Christ in Christmas!” is the familiar refrain of Christians who fear the secularization of the holy day celebrating the … Continued

God and Darwin: still fighting after 85 years

Eighty-five years ago this week, John Scopes was hauled into a Tennessee court, and accused of violating the state’s Butler … Continued

Torah ‘rescuer’ should be held accountable

By Menachem Z. Rosensaft Professor of law In an attempt to buttress the tarnished credibility of Rabbi Menachem Youlus, the … Continued

Religious no longer a protected class

Not only is there no media bias against Christianity, but a double-standard exists.