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Political discourse: a family affair

AP This photo combo shows President Barack Obama in Chapel Hill, N.C. on April 24, 2012, and Republican presidential candidate, … Continued

Beyond a ‘loss of faith’

Fifty-nine thousand-plus On Faith readers recommended Thomas L. Day’s November 11th essay “Penn State, my final loss of faith.” Thirty-three … Continued

My father, my roommate

In this 1964 photo, Sergent Shriver posed with his family at the Shriver home near Rockville, Md. From left are: … Continued

Living with ghosts of the Holocaust

By Menachem Z. Rosensaft Many if not most children and grandchildren of Holocaust survivors live with ghosts. We are haunted … Continued

One year after Cairo: Young Muslim Americans the new beginning

On June 4, 2009, President Obama gave a speech at Cairo University. The President said he had come to Cairo … Continued

Serve the poor, but don’t surrender to them

Q: Illegal immigrants are flouting U.S. laws, but does affluent America (or Arizona for that matter) have a larger moral … Continued

The fine line between persuasion and manipulation

Q: Is there a problem with proselytism overseas by U.S. religious groups? Isn’t sharing one’s faith part of religious freedom? … Continued

Faith and farming

FAITH IN ACTION By Katherine Marshall We’re seeing many calls to conscience these days. Nibbling breakfast, I clicked on a … Continued

A religious view of ‘development’

FAITH IN ACTION By Katherine Marshall As a development practitioner who also teaches about development, I have tended to take … Continued

“God Gulf” Hurts Women

FAITH IN ACTION By Katherine Marshall The “God Gulf,” title of a chapter in Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn’s book, … Continued