More on Moral Universe

There’s something in the air: Grace

RNS () — Moments before I left Laguna Beach to drive to Long Beach one recent Friday afternoon, the U.S. … Continued

For Trayvon Martin, is there no justice?

David Goldman/ Associated Press: In this March 26, 2012 file photo Jaquan Kelley of Atlanta wears a Skittles wrapper over … Continued

Desmond Tutu wins 2013 Templeton Prize for work on forgiveness

Desmond Tutu, the former Anglican archbishop of Cape Town, South Africa, who won a Nobel Peace Prize for his battle … Continued

Religious implications of N.Y. federal appeals court striking down DOMA

AP Edith Windsor, center, is interviewed at the offices of the New York Civil Liberties Union, in New York, on … Continued

Liberal Jewish group launches political lobbying arm

WASHINGTON — Bend the Arc, a liberal Jewish group that has advocated for social justice causes for more than 30 … Continued

Presbyterian Church, marriage equality, and a mother’s desires

AP People listen to a session of the 220th General Assembly (2012) of the Presbyterian Church (USA) on Thursday, July … Continued

Meaning of Fred Luter’s presidency to Southern Baptists

Several thousand Southern Baptist pastors, church workers, laymen and their wives, most of them elected representatives (“messengers”) from their local … Continued

The arc of the moral universe catches up with Mubarak

On March 25, 1965, having completed the third march to Montgomery, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. spoke from the steps … Continued

Immigrant dreams and the DREAM Act

Today’s guest blogger is Marco, a DREAMer. He serves as a peer minister for Canterbury-Kenyon and enjoys prayer, poetry, and … Continued

Fixing problems

“The purely righteous do not complain about evil but add righteousness; do not complain about heresy but add faith; do … Continued