Religious Right

Randall Balmer 08-01-2007

In spring 1998, James Dobson, founder and head of Focus on the Family, was mad, and he traveled to Washington, D.C., to vent his fury.

Jim Wallis 08-01-2007

An eyewitness to massacre and genocide finds shame, hope, and possibility for a moral world.

Steve Thorngate 08-01-2006
Dobson's is a fringe position gussied up in mainstream garb.
Brian McLaren 08-01-2006

Chapter 11: The Former United States

Jim Wallis 06-01-2006

Australia is an absolutely beautiful country, and it wasn’t until I got back there (after more than a decade) that I realized how much I missed it.

Michael Lerner 04-01-2006
There is little that is "neutral" or "value-free."
Sandra Dufield 04-01-2005
Communicating across the red-blue divide.
Asra Q. Nomani 01-01-2005

A historic reform movement is taking shape in the Muslim world.

Jim Wallis 10-01-2004
God is not a Republican. Or a Democrat.
Jim Wallis 09-01-2004
The best contribution of religion is precisely not to be a loyal partisan.

Many people think the Religious Right has faded into obscurity and political powerlessness. In fact, it just might be stronger than ever.

S. J. Carr 11-01-1999

An inside look at the fall of the Religious Right

Jim Wallis 11-01-1999

An interview with Cal Thomas and Ed Dobson

Mark Cerbone 11-01-1995
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Michael Smith 11-01-1995
The blurring lines between Pat Robertson's money and politics.
Tom Sine 07-01-1995

How a spirit of fear can distort scripture and history.

Jim Wallis 07-01-1995

A Network for Renewal

Live From Death Row, the new book by inmate Mumia Abu-Jamal, continues to stir controversy.

Julie Polter 07-01-1995

Can the words "Christian" or "faith" appear in proximity to political issues? And if they do, what should they mean?