WHAT WE HAVE IN COMMON

Focus on shared values, rabbi tells interfaith dinner“The secret of the chaplain corps was not talking about theology first, not talking about the hardest issues first. Instead, we rolled up our sleeves and talked about shared concerns [first] – [soldiers] in pain, those in fear, those suffering from doubt or loneliness,” Rabbi Arnold Resnicoff told …

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FAITH & POLICY

How Faith and Community Dominate Foreign PolicyTwo weeks ago, the French president-elect admitted he is a “practicing Christian” and was strongly criticized for breaching the post-revolution consensus on the laicization of the state. Last month Boris Yeltsin became the first Russian head of state to be buried with Russian Orthodox rights in 133 years. The …

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THE RELIGION TEST

Romney’s Mormon QuestionWhat does the Constitution mean when it says there should be no religion test for office?time.com

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SPIRITUAL PARENT

The Awful Truth About Letting GoOn a day when students should have been wrapping up final projects and papers, studying for exams, and thinking about finding some boxes to begin packing up their cluttered dorm rooms, they were instead fleeing campus, searching for lost friends, and tearfully calling home.beliefnet.com

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ART ON A MISSION

The War of ArtAsk nine out of ten people what the purpose of art is, and they will say, “to express yourself.”americanthinker.com

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