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Daniel Pipes—profiled in these pages a few years back as “the country’s most controversial Middle East scholar“—is stirring debate again, taking to The Jewish Press […]
“Are you giving that out? For free? Right now?” asked a woman called Linda on the northeast corner of Market and 19th. Reverend Ethan Jewett, […]
Sister Barbara, who spends a lot of time thinking about the end of the world, had a dream about Philly’s destruction during the Biblical End […]
Advertorial happens, but it doesn’t always happen with the country’s most controversial church. Maybe that’s why journalists on Monday night took notice of a Scientology-sponsored […]
It’s not going to throw anyone for a loop to hear that Christianity and homosexuality don’t exactly mix an ideal spiritual cocktail, but writer Crystal […]
Now that Obama has moved forward with his nomination of Chuck Hagel for defense secretary, the cries that Hagel is an anti-Semite or anti-Israel (or […]
What the Bible has to say about homosexuality has long been up for debate. And while the scripture – however much it was passed down […]
Conservative Christians may be blasting gay marriage any chance they get, but a new poll found that almost half of all Catholics actually support marriage […]
You’ve been hearing it since about 2007: Barack Obama doesn’t like Jews. He’s anti-Israel. He “snubbed” the prime minister of Israel. If he’s elected, or […]
Sister, did you take five minutes to feel good about the future after President Obama was reelected, thus ending the immediate threat that contraception would […]
HRC‘s Jewish Organization Equality Index (JOEI) survey is a first. Not only does it rate Jewish non-profits in the U.S. on their policies, practices and […]
As I write this, I have not yet cast my vote because it’s Monday night and my polling place is a coffee shop and it […]
The 2012 presidential election has been about many things. But there are many other things it hasn’t been about. With a nod to one of my […]
As Missouri debates an ordinance that would include sexual orientation and gender identity to protections in employment, public housing and accommodations, one pastor came out […]
Timothy Kurek spent a year living undercover as a gay man. It inspired his book The Cross in the Closet.