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Fight violence with bold non-violence.

A Free Syrian Army fighter runs after a Syrian Army tank shell exploded in the Salah al- Din neighbourhood of … Continued

COMMENTARY: The truth about religious freedom in the military

WASHINGTON — Serving in the armed forces is one of the most honorable professions one can choose in our society. … Continued

U.S. military should put religious freedom at the front

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is worried about the Pentagon budget, but there are much more serious issues he must deal … Continued

Super Bowl superstition

Did you know that three out of 10 Americans think that God will determine who will win the Super Bowl? … Continued

I have seen the problem, and it is us

NEW YORK — It’s a short walk from Ground Zero to the Staten Island Ferry terminal. If you’re a dedicated … Continued

Ancient wisdom for 21st century problems

RNS) In an attempt to make sense of the 2012 election and the unfolding David Petraeus sex scandal, I consulted … Continued

Vatican showdown the latest chapter in Sister Pat Farrell’s dramatic life

Though she is at the center of one of the biggest crises in the Catholic Church today, Sister Pat Farrell … Continued

Family Research Council hires controversial former Army officer, Jerry Boykin

The conservative Family Research Council has named a former top Delta Force commando and outspoken culture warrior, retired Army Lt. … Continued

How President Eisenhower should be remembered

In a genuine spirit of bipartisanship, Republicans and Democrats should all be able to agree that General Dwight David Eisenhower … Continued

Koran burning crisis: Haven’t we been here before?

The tragic headlines look all too familiar: Several reported killed in second day of Afghan protests over Koran burning. And … Continued

Land of the free, home of the beards?

The U.S. Armed Forces are moving in the right direction. According to news reports late last week, the Army will … Continued

The secular best and the worst of 2010

I’ve always tried to avoid engaging in the hoary journalistic practice of filling space at the end of December by … Continued

End times theology in the age of Obama

By Amarnath Amarasingam Kenneth Alex Randolf is a fifty-six year old former lawyer living in Seattle. When Barack Obama announced … Continued

It’s time to end this immoral war

Q: In the wake of Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal’s dismissal as chief commander of American and NATO forces in Afghanistan, … Continued

Why conservative Christians should support nuclear abolition

By Rev. Tyler Wigg-Stevensonfounder and director, Two Futures Project When most people think of abolishing nuclear weapons, they think of … Continued

If Jesus came back

By Gail Dawson McNallyauthor I’m hardly a student of the bible, but in my own endless questioning of catholic rules … Continued

Faithful objection to military action

By Valerie Elverton Dixonfounder When is it justice for a member of the military to refuse orders? Is selective … Continued

The Pope vs. climate change deniers

By John Gehring communications director The recent blizzard of bunk coming from climate change deniers giddy over the recent Snowmageddon … Continued

Gunning for the First Amendment

By Mikey Weinsteinfounder and president, Military Religious Freedom Foundation The Constitution won a battle last week, and Lady Liberty is … Continued

Hasan and the proselytization factor

By Mikey WeinsteinPresident and Founder, Military Religious Freedom Foundation As we turn our collective eyes to the tragedies of Fort … Continued