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The nexus of public affairs with religion, ethics and morality
May 30, 2010 — Bill Shuler & Mike Lux
What does the Bible say about helping the poor?
Are some poor people more deserving of help than others?
Translating the biblical idea of jubilee to public policy
When government spending violates our personal beliefs
Balancing the economic roles of church and state
Building a good society, distributing wealth and power
May 23, 2010 — Peter Laarman & Anthea Butler
Wisconsin's Muslims vs. "I want my country back" cheese-heads
Fearing lesbians in high offices
Man rents boy
Arizona: The Hispanic Alabama?
Peter fears the rise of an American-style fascism
Catholic Bishops granted free agency
May 16, 2010 — Sarah Posner & Alexander Zaitchik
Meet the intellectual godfather of Glenn Beck and Jerry Fallwell
Beck's white resentment vs. the Christian Right's racial outreach
Examining Beck's self-image and his "Watermelon Theory"
What's really behind those teary-eyed monologues?
Is Beck brilliant or just lucky?
How Beck's fans see him: A brave, entertaining truth-teller
May 9, 2010 — Daniel Schultz & Mark Kleiman
Changing attitudes toward professors, doctors, and clergy
The paradoxes of institutional authority
How does one get moral authority?
Extremism in the defense of your own side is no vice
Mark: Barack Obama is the greatest moral leader of our lifetime
Can moral authority be reclaimed?
May 2, 2010 — Amy Sullivan & David Gibson
Obama co-opting, neutralizing National Day of Prayer?
Ramifications of the "Mojave cross" case ruling
Does a Supreme Court justice's religion still matter?
The Court and the rise of the Religious Right
What did Pope Benedict know, and when did he know it?
Churches attack AZ immigration law, call for national reform