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The recent economic debacle should cause us to reread, or perhaps read for the first time, the Christian theological tradition and how it inextricably relates economic exchange to morality (our quest for the good) and to God.
Sister Simone Campbell, national coordinator for NETWORK, a Catholic social justice lobby group, speaks about the moral dimensions of the economic crisis and the role it might play in voters' decisions.
Rev. Adam Hamilton, pastor of Church of the Resurrection United Methodist Church in Leawood, Kansas, discusses the moral dimensions of the global economic crisis and what political candidates and religious leaders should be saying about it.
White evangelicals have been a key part of the Republicans winning coalition for the past 20 years. But Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly has released a new survey showing that younger evangelicals are less supportive of John McCain than their parents … More
On September 28, more than 30 pastors around the country defied the Internal Revenue Service rule that clergy may not engage in partisan politicking from their pulpits.
Rev. C. Welton Gaddy, president of the Interfaith Alliance, says there are dangerous consequences for religion when houses of worship get too political.
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RELIGION & ETHICS NEWSWEEKLY has released a new survey showing that younger evangelicals are less supportive of John McCain than their parents are.