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Celebrities recall brushes with Graham in’Billy & Me’

Evangelist Billy Graham has rubbed elbows with celebrities ranging from presidents to journalists to musicians. In “Billy Graham & Me,” … Continued

Evangelicals embrace a like-minded pope

Not all Catholics appreciated Pope Benedict XVI’s staunch defense of Christian orthodoxy, traditional marriage and life from conception to natural … Continued

On immigration, Supreme Court sends a contradictory message

Andrew Innerarity REUTERS Dennis Ramos chants with fellow protesters during a rally in Miami, to protest against the U.S. Supreme … Continued

Immigration’s moral mandate

Jim Cole AP Fartun Sengow, from Somalia, now living in Concord, N,H., holds a sign during a rally for immigrants … Continued

In defense of Peter King’s Muslim hearings

By Asra Nomani Credit: Ricky Carioti/The Washington Post When I heard that Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.) was going to hold … Continued

Debating Tony Blair on faith

Last week, atheist author Christopher Hitchens debated the merits of religion with former British prime minister Tony Blair, who converted … Continued

We are indeed exceptional

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

Diwali: Strengthening the Inner Light through Service

Deepavali literally means a row (avali) of lights (deepa) or Diwali. In essence it celebrates the awareness and eventual strengthening … Continued

The Quran burning: sign of things to come?

“Where books are burned in the end people will burn.” – Heinrich Heine On May 10th, 1933 the Nazis burned … Continued

Why Jews should support mosque near Ground Zero

By Robert Levine and David Ellenson One of the most beautiful stories to emerge from the devastating attacks of 9/11 … Continued