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As poverty remains stagnant, churches call for greater advocacy

WASHINGTON — The plight of Americans living in poverty has not improved during the last year, according to newly released … Continued

Is work a punishment from God?

On the first Monday of September, America honors working stiffs by taking a paid day off. But does Labor Day … Continued

Tim Tebow brings a little goodness to Gotham

NEWARK, N.J. — Tim Tebow is Howdy Doody in a helmet. No, he is Opie Taylor running for touchdowns — … Continued

At CPAC, new kind of culture war

You know things have taken a turn for the dramatic when a Baptist preacher declares, “Thanks to Obama, we are … Continued

10 minutes with … Joanna Brooks

Joanna Brooks is not what most people imagine when they think “Mormon.” She is too liberal to support fellow Mormon … Continued

Confucius and the ‘Tiger mom:’ Is Chua’s home “a school of compassion”?

Amy Chua, shown here in 2007, is an author and self-proclaimed Tiger Mother. She sparked a fierce debate in parenting … Continued

A Hindu American Air Force officer: ‘Shakti’ in the trenches

The Hindu American community is celebrating navaratri and the strength of the woman in many aspects such as ShaktiSeva. A … Continued

One nation Under God and a lot of stress

By Alyce M. McKenzieProfessor of Homiletics Perkins School of Theology, and Patheos.com My 21-year-old son got home 3 days ago … Continued

Cairo: from vision to reality

Pradeep Ramamurthy, a White House official who plays a key role in implementing the vision laid out in President Obama’s … Continued

A deeply spiritual man with a shallow theology

Oral Roberts lived and believed in the American dream. He was also a devoted Christian. The tension between the two … Continued