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The Egyptian revolution: An interfaith movement

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Mr. President, seize this moment

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Do Egyptians want both democracy and a role for religion in their government?

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Mother Teresa at 100: Catholic irony and the Empire State Building squabble

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A glimmer of hope in Israeli-Palestinian dance of death

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Elie Wiesel Speaks at John Hagee Event

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Then They Came for the Bahá’ís

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Take Your Spirit to School

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“Ants are not bugs!”

Preachers are indignant against what offends what they’re for. I felt that indignation in E.O.Wilson when I heard him snort, … Continued