by Joseph Rossell
Inaugural prayers have become one of the rites of American civil religion. The venerable tradition of civil religion seems more important now than ever.
by Mark Tooley
Despite objections from some within the Episcopal Church, Presiding Bishop Michael Curry has defended the rectitude of churches praying specifically for the new President.
by Chelsen Vicari
What about women of faith? Do we march with a silent pro-life witness or stay home?
Despite hand-wringing by punditry about Western secularization, real-world evidence shows the desire to read the Bible remains strong among Americans.
by Jeffrey Walton
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