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Pope Francis is lots of hope, very little change

In this photo provided by the Vatican newspaper L’Osservatore Romano, Pope emeritus Benedict XVI, left, is welcomed by Pope Francis … Continued

The invisible secular humanists: A response to Joe Klein

In the wake of the April 2007 shootings at Virginia Tech, Dinesh D’Souza wrote an opinion piece asking why atheists … Continued

Six things I didn’t know about pastors’ wives

Gayle Haggard/ The Washington Post A lot of people have a lot of opinions about the pastor’s wife. I wasn’t … Continued

Rhode Island makes room for LGBT rights. Will Christianity?

(Photo/Charles Krupa) (Associated Press) Two men embrace after a gay marriage bill was signed into law outside the State House … Continued

The Muslim world needs a ‘women’s uprising’

While the rest of the world enters a new year, the Arab world is stuck in some archaic ways of … Continued

Michelangelo, religious tolerance and the 500th anniversary of the Sistine Chapel ceiling

Pope Benedict XVI celebrates baptisms in the Sistine Chapel on Jan. 9, 2011 in Vatican City, Vatican. (Photo by L’Osservatore … Continued

Some Mormons separate gay marriage rights from church rites

Jim Urquhart Reuters Practicing Mormon Chad Smith and his daughters Kathryn, 6, left, and Olivia, 4, attend a gay pride … Continued

Pat Robertson: D.C. earthquake ‘means we’re closer to the coming of the Lord’

The U.S. Geological Survey says a fifth aftershock from Tuesday’s earthquake in Virginia was recorded early Thursday morning. Pat Robertson, … Continued

Chinese Christians aim to evangelize Muslim world

By Julia Duin Although today is the dawn of the Chinese New Year, most people are unaware that Chinese Christians … Continued

Egypt uprising; the Muslim Brotherhood a ‘wildcard’

By Elizabeth Tenety Egyptian demonstrators perform the Friday noon prayer in front of riot police during a demonstration in Cairo … Continued

Evangelicals and the midterm election

By Ed Stetzer This month’s election “shellacking,” to use President Obama’s description, has caused many to ask about the past … Continued

As the economy crumbles, Obama makes Middle East peace

By Rabbi Shmuley Boteach Recently, on my radio show, Congressman Eric Cantor of Virginia, the Republican Whip, argued that President … Continued

Who represents American Muslims? No one

By Farhana Qazi The Ground Zero madness is not an either-or proposition, or at least it should not be viewed … Continued

We all must speak out to counter anti-Muslim prejudice

In a recent Wall Street Journal article, terrorism analyst Evan Kohlmann said that anti-Muslim rhetoric in America is bad news … Continued

Rabbi Shmuley: Father of nine on only child ‘narcissism’

By: Rabbi Shmuley Boteach Not sure whether Americans are becoming more materialistic and self-absorbed? Look no further than Time Magazine’s … Continued

Summer reading for infidels

You may have noticed that the forces of religion are falling into a summer torpor. Even the Vatican is taking … Continued

Moral case for financial reform

By John GehringCatholics in Alliance for the Common Good As financial reform legislation stalls in the Senate for the moment … Continued

What Glenn Beck meant about social justice

By Stu Burguiereexecutive producer, The Glenn Beck Program> Like everyone else in America, Glenn Beck thinks “social justice” —if its … Continued

Evangelicals for pluralism

Time Magazine recently did a piece on evangelicals bridging the racial divide. It describes the work that Willow Creek founder … Continued

Van Jones, Patriot

It makes me sad and a little sick that Van Jones, the White House Green Jobs Czar, was forced to … Continued