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    For the young Jewish professionals he works with in Washington, DC, “social justice is their faith,” says Rabbi Scott Perlo of Sixth & I Historic Synagogue. “If someone needs help from me, I really have to give it, because they are worth, in God’s eyes, just the same as I am.” More

    November 14, 2014 | Comments

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    Young adults challenge religious traditions; a politician who also pastors three churches; an attack on Jews in 1938 that many ignored. More

    November 7, 2014 | Comments

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    “You have a generation that is saying we are tapping out of religion in many ways. But what they are not saying is that we are tapping out of a serious search for meaning in life,” says Erwin McManus, pastor and founder of MOSAIC church in Los Angeles. “In fact, if anything there is an incredible and profound hunger in millennials saying if there is something beyond this life I want to connect to it.” More

    November 7, 2014 | Comments

  • Profile_John_Unger_v1-FEAT

    John Unger is simultaneously the pastor for three churches of three different Mainline Protestant denominations, and a state senator in West Virginia. “I’ll tell you that I can’t do it, not alone,” says Unger. “I recognize my limitations, but I believe that with God all things are possible.” More

    November 7, 2014 | Comments

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    “You had people watching synagogues burn. You had people looting businesses that had been plundered. You had people joining in on the violence.” More

    November 7, 2014 | Comments

  • 1809-program-v1-FEAT

    A young woman’s choice to end her life raises ethical and moral questions; examining for-profit businesses with nonprofit aspirations; an author and spiritual story-teller is inspired by Native American rituals and traditions. More

    October 31, 2014 | Comments

  • Death-convo-v1-FEAT

    In the five states where it’s legal, physician-assisted dying involves rigorous regulations, including how long a person has lived there, says Cathy Lynn Grossman, senior national correspondent for Religion News Service. “Brittany Maynard moved from California to Oregon, where it’s legal specifically to qualify for…a prescription for lethal drugs. The person takes the drugs themselves if and when they choose to, and not everyone who gets the prescription ever uses it.” More

    October 31, 2014 | Comments

  • B-Corp-v1-FEAT

    “It’s an opportunity for us to not just think about the bottom line, which is important. But there are other things that are as important,” says Suzanne McDowell, co-CEO of King Arthur Flour Company. “The environment, our society, community, all of our shareholders—not just the bottom line.” More

    October 31, 2014 | Comments

  • Kenneth-Goodpaster-Ext-v1-FEAT

    “Corporations are going to have to live up to a new standard if they are going to be able to hold on to the freedom of free enterprise, and the B Corp might be the way for that to happen,” says this emeritus professor of business ethics and corporate responsibility. More

    October 31, 2014 | Comments

  • Kent-Nerburn-v1-FEAT

    “My goal is to be present,” says this writer and spiritual teacher, to the “emotional reality” of Native Americans and “put it in the voices and characters of real people. My job is to present a truth that you will embrace more fully if you believe it as you read it.” More

    October 31, 2014 | Comments