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Chelsea Clinton to promote interfaith work at NYU

WASHINGTON — Chelsea Clinton is wearing a new professional hat, one that will take her into a religious direction. The … Continued

The problem of Daniel Pearl’s Mormon baptism

A simmering interreligious controversy resurfaced recently with the news that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints had posthumously … Continued

Hindus, Sikhs, Muslims blast Rick Santorum on ‘equality’ comment

Muslims, Sikhs and Hindus are accusing Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum of bigotry and ignorance after he said that “equality” … Continued

Does it matter if Herman Cain had an affair?

As new allegations against Herman Cain emerge, the nagging question about politicians and sexual misconduct come to the fore: Does … Continued

Obama’s Easter prayer: ‘There’s something about the resurrection’

On the morning of April 19, 2011, President Obama hosted the second annual Easter Prayer Breakfast. “I wanted to host … Continued

Beyond this election: tears to wter the wellsprings of new life

Pope Benedict XVI and Catholic Cardinal-designate Raymond Burke both recently characterized voting as a moral act with spiritual consequences. The … Continued

Restoring ethics in India

By Katherine MarshallFAITH IN ACTION Delhi is buzzing these days about the construction delays and shoddy work that have put … Continued

Murder in the name of honor and caste

By Aseem Shukla A story of ill fated love has been playing out in the Indian media and interest has … Continued

From Eden to the Gulf: Abundance, greed and disaster

Just as the oil blowout in the Gulf grew from Big Oil’s unwillingness to restrain itself from gobbling up even … Continued

Teaching Capitol Hill to work with negative emotions

By Frank Rogers, Andrew Dreitcer, and Mark YaconelliClaremont School of Theology Contemplative activists from Claremont School of Theology report on … Continued