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religious faith

Jimmy Carter’s Image Of Faith Truest To What Faith Should Be

For all its loudness, all its exclusion, violence, and ubiquity, the faith that is modeled in the public square is often not particularly affecting. It is hard to imagine someone looking on it from outside and musing to herself, “I’d like to have some of that.” What Jimmy Carter showed the world, though, was different.

August 26, 2015

Duck Dynasty, Meet Pope Francis

WASHINGTON — If any given religion and its holy writings can be used to support diametrically opposed conclusions about how to live life and how to approach politics, why should religious faith be taken seriously? Please forgive such a stark question during Christmas week, a time when we tend to file away hard issues in […]

December 23, 2013