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Can Judaism and Science Co-Exist? Yes.

How eighteenth-century Jews accepted the Copernican model and the Bible as the word of God.

Texas won’t mess with facts on evolution

Do the laws of nature apply in Texas and should these children be exposed to theories of evolution?

Christians need to look beyond individualism this holiday season

REUTERS Choristers from St. Paul’s Cathedral School sing Christmas carols during a photo call inside the Cathedral in central London … Continued

Atheist group’s frivolous lawsuit aims to bar ‘cross’ from 9/11 museum

CHIP EAST REUTERS The World Trade Center Cross, made of intersecting steel beams found in the rubble of buildings destroyed … Continued

Activist: Many Maryland Catholics support same-sex marriage, extending legal protections to all families

By Francis DeBernardo Faithful Catholics who follow the debate on same-sex marriage have grown accustomed to our bishops making embarrassing … Continued

Science vs. religion: the eternal bar fight

By: Grady Means Stephen Hawking’s new book, The Grand Design, summarizes the argument that the universe could have been created … Continued

Deep Water calamity exposes our faith in the sea

By Kimberley C. Patton “The sea can wash away all evils.” The ancient Greek playwright Euripides gave these words to … Continued

Religions are irreconcilable, people are not

Are all religions the same? The Dalai Lama, who just celebrated his 75th birthday, often refers to the ‘oneness’ of … Continued

The space within

By Sri Sri Ravi Shankarspiritual leader You cannot measure the amount of energy inside an atom. Similarly, you cannot measure … Continued

Suffering and the vain quest for significance

Question: Many have criticized Pat Robertson’s suggestion that the catastrophic earthquake in Haiti was the work of the devil or … Continued

2012: Has the final countdown begun?

The blockbuster movie 2012 opened s this weekend in theaters across the country. By Mark HitchcockSenior pastor, Faith Bible Church … Continued

Anglicans Can Find Common Ground at the Cross

The boycotting of the Lambeth Conference in July by more than 200 Anglican Bishops worldwide has once again drawn attention … Continued

An 11-Year-Old Ponders God

Part of religion is looking for answers to the big questions. My friend Jack turned eleven in January and we … Continued

Generosity Shames Greed

Around the world and through history, VIRTUE//VICE lists are a staple of ethics and religion, behavior and belief. The current … Continued

The Dalai Lama Goes to Washington

The Dalai Lama, the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader, spent five days in Washington this past week. He met with President … Continued

Once A Sacred Cow, Always A Sacred Cow

When the open-hearted and open-minded Pope John XXIII opened the Second Vatican Council in 1962, he welcomed Jewish observers with … Continued

Doubt: The Voice of Reason

The idea that doubt only serves to strengthen faith–and that the true value of doubt lies in its ability to … Continued

No Vegetables, Please

When believers claim their holy texts are infallible, they automatically excuse themselves from serious, open-minded discourse.