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How Muslim Women Dress
How Muslim Women Dress with Elizabeth Bucar
Elizabeth Cable, Elizabeth Bucar Elizabeth Bucar, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Religion at Northeastern University and one of our Senior
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It’s Their Own Fault? Christians and the (Un)Deserving Poor | Kate Ward
 Kate Ward A recent study reported that Christians are more likely than people of other or no faiths to believe
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Trump, Toxic Masculinity, and Theology | Kris Norris
In one recent, desperate week, with the Russia probe threatening the legitimacy of his presidency, Donald Trump unleashed a barrage
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The Unaffiliated: A Religious Rorschach | Daniel Cox
Daniel Cox No single trend has transformed the American religious landscape so rapidly and challenged traditional notions of American identity
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Majority of Religious Groups Accept Same-Sex Marriage | Jane Little
What a difference a decade makes. In 2001 a clear majority of Americans opposed same-sex marriage. The Defense of Marriage
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Election Day in UK
It’s Election Day in the UK | James Crossley
Jun 8, 2017 “We won’t walk by on the other side.” Those were the words of British Labour Party leader,
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Black Lives Matter
How BLM Can Get Religion | Vincent Lloyd
Here is the story that is told about religion and racial justice today: The US civil rights movement was led
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Contempt For Creation | Willis Jenkins
Why are so many American Christians seemingly unbothered by the gutting of the institutions and policies dedicated to protecting our
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Glasses Guy
The Joyful Uselessness of Ivan Illich: Reply to Scialabba | Simon Ravenscroft
Mar 31, 2017 In his essay for The Baffler, George Scialabba does a fine job summarizing Ivan Illich’s most famous
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GoodNews
Good News For Religious Pluralism….Sort of | Mara Willard
March 24, 2017 When your democratic republic and unchecked global, political, and ecological trends feel as though they’re hurtling in
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Patience, Impatience, and Political Life Today | Paul Dafydd Jones
March 15, 2017 To say that 2016 was a politically tumultuous year is, at this point, to state the blindingly
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