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New biography to present a less “zealous” Jesus

Jay Parini’s “Jesus” (Amazon) will be the first in a new series of biographies called “Icons,” starting in December. Last … Continued

The Catholic Health Association v. the bishops v. Obama

Last week, the Obama administration published its final guidelines for contraception coverage by insurers, putting what should be closure on … Continued

Cancer diagnosis gives second life to Carman’s music career

When Christian music veteran Carman found out on Valentine’s Day that he had terminal cancer, he thought God just might … Continued

Episcopal churches: Short on politics, sexuality debates and long on Jesus

AP Bishop Mariann Edgar Budde, Washington’s first female and ninth Episcopal Bishop, smiles during her consecration service at the Washington … Continued

Anglicans celebrate Book of Common Prayer’s 350th

CANTERBURY, England — “Ashes to ashes, dust to dust.” ‘’All the deceits of the world, the flesh and the devil.” … Continued

Do atheists have anything to learn from religion?

Stripped of its supernatural elements, does religion have anything to offer atheists? What can nonbelievers borrow from the organizations, practices … Continued

‘Blue Like Jazz’ films aims to be Christian, not ‘cheesy’

Do not confuse the upcoming film “Blue Like Jazz” with Christian market movies like “Fireproof” or “Courageous.” “A Christian movie … Continued

In defense of the Catholic Church

Among many mistaken claims that have been made in the last few weeks, one is that according to many in … Continued

Michele Bachmann: Biblical submission and servant leadership

Crouse writes as part of our roundtable on Christian women’s leadership, an expert discussion featured in parallel with On Faith’s … Continued

Freedom is universal

In light of the continuing political uprising throughout the Middle East, American leaders are reported to be recalculating their approach … Continued