November 09, 2011
- America Magazine
America Magazine: Whom do Catholics support in 2012?
Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life provides a portal into their
data on all questions of religion and politics in the scope of the
upcoming 2012 presidential election.
November 07, 2011
- Religion News Service
RNS: U.S. Muslims get their turn at reality TV
From rich housewives to hoarders to the Kardashian clan,
practically every kind of family has received the reality TV treatment —
except for American Muslims.
October 30, 2011
- The Jerusalem Post
Jerusalem Post: Opinion: Are young rabbis turning on Israel?
For all the theological, ritualistic and institutional differences separating
the Orthodox, Conservative, and Reform movements, for all their divergent
approaches to revelation, halacha and communal decision- making, what
distinguishes the groups in the minds of many ordinary American Jews comes down
October 28, 2011
- The Vancouver Sun
Vancouver Sun: The state of North American evangelicalism
The North American media seem obsessed with evangelical Protestants.
Except for the occasional article about Pope Benedict XVI, evangelicals
tend to be the dominant religion news makers. After all, evangelicals
are often controversial.
October 24, 2011
- National Catholic Reporter
Catholic Reporter: What is core to American Catholics in 2011
The term “cafeteria Catholic” has been used for many years to refer to
the fact that Catholics tend to selectively prioritize certain aspects
of Catholic theology and tradition while seeing other strands as
comparatively less important to the practice of Catholicism.
October 19, 2011
- The Washington Post
Wash. Post: Mitt Romney takes on Mormon ‘cult’ comments and the religious test for office
It was only a few seconds, but at Tuesday night’s debate, Republican
presidential hopeful (and Mormon) Mitt Romney gave some of his most
extensive religious comments yet
of the 2012 presidential campaign, saying, “That idea that we should
choose people based on their religion is the one that I find to be most