Archive: Jon Meacham
My view of the Ground Zero matter is that religious liberty--that is, the right to build the center at the proposed site--is of such paramount importance in American and global life that the project should go forward
By Jon Meacham | August 25, 2010; 02:12 PM ET | Comments (36)
The secular nature of the American government is one of its abiding strengths, but moments of prayer or a "So help me, God" here and there are no threat to the wall of separation.
By Jon Meacham | January 14, 2009; 04:45 PM ET | Comments (45)
Jon Meacham | Jackson, immersed in the Bible, set the right example by resisting calls for the "Christian Party in politics"
By Jon Meacham | November 20, 2008; 08:33 AM ET | Comments (0)
How do you fight an enemy that believes it is acting according to divine authority?
By Jon Meacham | August 13, 2008; 04:48 PM ET | Comments (27)
I am currently and unabashedly trying to make my children creatures of religious habit
By Jon Meacham | December 7, 2006; 11:54 AM ET | Comments (93)
Thanksgiving is the ultimate American holiday: religious without being sectarian, with room for the nonreligious to simply pause and celebrate our common humanity.
By Jon Meacham | November 22, 2006; 07:17 PM ET | Comments (10)