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Getty Images Ccombination of file pictures shows Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney speaking during the American Legion 94th National Convention … Continued

Jewish activist: ‘Hate speech must not be accepted as civil discourse’

Astrid Riecken FOR THE WASHINGTON POST Controversial posters on the Israel Palestinian conflict are placed at U Street Metro stop … Continued

Don’t deface the anti-Muslim Metro ads

REUTERS Cyrus McGoldrick, a member of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, talks to commuters as they walk by an advertisement … Continued

Saving the lives of Syria’s refugees

AFP/GETTY IMAGES Syrian refugee children stand in a hall of the Altinozu camp in Hatay city in Turkey, located on … Continued

Pluralism and prejudice: How conflicts over religious pluralism reveal America’s new ‘Sacred Ground’

The only Protestant running for president in 2012 is President Obama, an American of both a racially and a religiously … Continued

Going public with faith

When the suicide bomb exploded as worshippers left New Year’s mass at a Coptic church in Alexandria, 21 people died … Continued

White House names new advisors to faith-based office

By Michelle Boorstein Then-Senator Barack Obama speaks speaks to the media during his presidential campaign at Eastside Community Ministry in … Continued

An open letter to my Christian friends

Today’s guest blogger is Peter Hong, who pastors New Community Covenant Church, a series of urban, multiethnic churches in the … Continued

Evangelical Christian students: interfaith work is Christ’s work

Today’s guest bloggers are Cameron Nations and Gregory Damhorst, students at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Evangelical Christians, and … Continued

Ambassadors for Christ in an interfaith world

Today’s guest blogger is Nick Price, who works for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA at the University of Illinois at Chicago. He … Continued

Why evangelicals should reach out to Muslims (and Hindus, Buddhists and others)

Today’s guest blogger is Skye Jethani, an ordained pastor, author, and speaker. He serves as senior editor for Leadership Journal, … Continued

How can Muslims and evangelicals work together?

In a couple of weeks, I’m speaking at Wheaton College – often known as the Harvard of Evangelical Christian schools … Continued

After a summer of intolerance, LA leads the way

I used to get invited to speak with powerful people all over the world – government officials in Europe, university … Continued

Where are the moderate Muslims?

Today’s guest blogger is Jillian Johnson, a member of the One Chicago, One Nation (follow @1Chicago1Nation) team at Interfaith Youth … Continued

In America, better together

By Eboo Patel & Samantha Kirby Last month, Zach Jordan, a senior at Elon University, found himself aghast at what … 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

Roads from Rome

By Katherine Marshall FAITH IN ACTION There was such a flurry of activity in Rome last week that it seemed … Continued

Fight Shahzad’s words, as well as his acts

By Congressman Keith Ellison Faisal Shahzad, the New York Times Square bomber, got what he deserved in a New York … Continued

LGBTQ find unexpected hope

Today’s guest blogger is Robert Chlala, a Campus Engagement Associate at Interfaith Youth Core. He has worked with youth community … Continued

Ayodhya verdict demands forward-looking focus

Today’s guest blogger is Abhishek Raman, a native of New Delhi, India who works as the Student Leadership Associate at … Continued