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The Week in Blog
The nexus of public affairs with religion, ethics and morality
Apr 18, 2010 — Nathan Schneider & Richard Amesbury
Remembering Archbishop Romero, 30 years after his assassination
Is "human rights" a religious notion?
Richard: Religion should not be impervious to criticism
Are atheists politically oppressed?
Atheists at the interfaith breakfast
What's missing from the debate over the existence of God
Apr 11, 2010 — Anthea Butler & Michelle Goldberg
Why did the Catholic Church cover up instead of rooting out?
How sexual abuse became institutionalized
Anthea: The Church's moral and political influence is dwindling
Is the Hutaree Christian militia part of a growing trend?
Michelle: The GOP is trapped in a spiral of extremism
Glenn Beck and the postmodern relationship with truth
Apr 4, 2010 — Eddie Glaude & Josef Sorett
Eddie declares that the black church is dead
Looking at Christianity through a "post-soul" lens
Unfreezing the religious imagination
Christian witness in the age of webcam and hip-hop
How to resurrect the faith
Mar 28, 2010 — Hanna Rosin & Judith Shulevitz
Judith's new book, "The Sabbath World"
A Sabbath primer: Do's, don'ts, rituals, and history
Why does God rest?
Joseph Stalin vs. the seven-day week
Contrasting the Christian and Jewish orders of time
How to keep the Sabbath holy
Mar 21, 2010 — Sarah Posner & Ed Kilgore
How Christian Right is the Tea Party?
Pro-lifers to Tea Party: You can't exist without us
Health care reform as a sign of the Apocalypse
The merger of secular and religious doomsaying
An alliance between progressives and the Tea Party?
God bless America's separation of church and state
Mar 14, 2010 — Peter Beinart & Daniel Schultz
Who Reinhold Niebuhr was and what he believed
How his philosophy evolved from WWI to the Cold War
Invoking Niebuhr in the torture debate
The decline of theologians in public discourse
Niebuhr's odd place in today's politics
What would Niebuhr have said about Iraq and Israel-Palestine?
Mar 7, 2010 — Gary Laderman & Anthea Butler
Are movies the sacred texts of our time?
Tiger Woods and modern absolution
Buddhism in the champagne room
Will "Avatar" be God at the Oscars?
Feb 28, 2010 — David Gushee & Peter Laarman
Are we entering a post-Christian-right era?
Refocusing the gay marriage argument
David and Peter debate faith-based initiatives
A call for evangelicals to be more Christ-like
The future of evangelical women, from politics to pulpits