Archive: Religious pluralism
I understand the desire to investigate religious extremism, but these hearings are a gross affront to our freedoms and our principles. Instead of having "Muslim radicalization" hearings, I want to propose something truly radical: let's promote voices of inclusion instead of drumming up unwarranted suspicion and inciting fear.
By Chris Stedman | March 8, 2011; 02:24 AM ET | Comments (3)
It is my prayer that this complex, at times difficult, relationship between fervent faith and democratic openness can be preserved in Egypt.
By Serene Jones | February 1, 2011; 06:02 PM ET | Comments (9)
New research suggests that the end of the so-called "Christmas wars"--battles over how exclusively Christian public greetings or holiday displays should be--may come from a surprising place: Aunt Susan.
By Robert P. Jones | December 21, 2010; 03:43 PM ET | Comments (5)
The claim to American exceptionalism under God is not exceptional. Throughout history, various empires have claimed to be instruments of God's plan for the world.
By Anthony M. Stevens-Arroyo | November 30, 2010; 11:39 AM ET | Comments (4)