When it comes to civility, is the U.S. really doing any better spiritually or morally today than in the time of its forefathers? Join the conversation with our blogger Sean Nixon.
In the last night of discussions on poverty in America, the president-CEO of Sojourners and chair of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Faith shares his observations after recently visiting the Occupy Wall Street protests.
Read blogger Sean Nixon’s open letter to Pat Robertson on the televangelist’s controversial Alzheimer’s remarks.
The noted religious scholar and No god but God: The Origins, Evolution, and Future of Islam” author, who predicted the youth-centered Arab uprising in the Middle East and North Africa, outlines the impact that the Arab Spring will have on U.S. foreign policy.
Would you attend a drive-in worship service or is this idea just a bit of a stretch? Weigh in after you’ve read blogger Sean Nixon’s post.
Around the globe, U.S. military chaplains provide an immeasurable service to the men and women in uniform. Whether in military barracks or out on the battlefield, these religious men and women are looked to for inspiration and relief when times get tough. But, due to current military policies, enemies of the U.S. may see military […]
Recently, I was invited by a friend to attend a spiritual conference for single men and women. The conference was designed to help those living a single Christian life fellowship more with one another, grow spiritually and learn or share some tools to help them in their quest to be pleasing to God. It was […]
Often times, many people hear reports of anti-Muslim sentiment in communities across America. Members of the Muslim community have unfortunately been ostracized, vilified and, at times, outright hated since the attacks of September 11th. Arguably, it has been a mountainous walk of faith to show compassion towards people who continue to demean and discriminate against […]
Will candidates “break free from the noise of a one-size-fits-all Christianity” in 2012? Our blogger Sean Nixon makes a case for seizing on a unique opportunity.
The fact that, in any city, Muslims have to somehow “prove” that they’re decent human beings just screams intolerance in a country that claims to be the most tolerant of all nations.