The Faith Angle Conference Series
The Faith Angle conference series is sponsored by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life and hosted by Michael Cromartie, vice president of the Ethics & Public Policy Center and senior adviser to the Pew Forum.
Vali Nasr and Jeffrey Goldberg: America and Islam After Bush
John Green and Anna Greenberg: A Post-Election Look at Religious Voters in the 2008 Election
Michael Lindsay and David Kirkpatrick: American Evangelicalism: New Leaders, New Faces, New Issues
William Galston and Michael Gerson: Religious Voters in the 2008 Election
Andrew Newberg and David Brooks: Why Belief in God Persists
Stephen Prothero: Religious Literacy: What Every American Should Know
Wilfred McClay: Religion and Secularism: The American Experience
John Green: The Religion Factor in the 2008 Election
Richard Bushman: Mormonism and Democratic Politics: Are They Compatible?
Peter Berger: Religion in a Globalizing World
Peter Berkowitz and Ari Shavit: Israel and the Future of Zionism
Karlyn Bowman and John Green: Understanding Religion’s Role in the 2006 Election
Michael Cook: How and Why Muhammad Made a Difference
William Galston: Religion, Moral Values and the Democratic Party
James Davison Hunter and Alan Wolfe: Is There A Culture War?
Leigh Eric Schmidt: Spirit Wars: American Religion in Progressive Politics
Reuel Marc Gerecht: The Islamic Paradox: Religion and Democracy in the Middle East
Rick Warren and David Brooks: Myths of the Modern Mega-Church
Gilbert Meilaender and William Saletan: Bioethics and Human Nature: Exploring Some Background Issues
Michael Gerson: Religion, Rhetoric, and the Presidency