If I could write Obama’s speeches so as to best influence the national conversation in a positive way, they would have simply no mention of religion. Our society is best served by candidates being chosen not by a religious litmus test but by a robust debate on the relevant political issues of our . . . → Read More: Progressive Proselytizing: Obama should act more religious
Only one in five Jewish Americans holds favorable views of those aligned with the Christian right, a category that includes most of Israel’s evangelical supporters.
The survey, conducted by the Public Religion Research Institute and published April 3, asked Jewish respondents to rate the favorability of several religious groups. Mormons received a . . . → Read More: bastard.logic: They’re (Still) Just Not That Into You