Religion

"Concern About the Influence of Christian Conservatives in the Military..."

The Times' religion reporter Neela Banerjee finds controversy in the Naval Academy Chapel.

Religion in America and on the Network News

It's always interesting to see how different news organizations report the exact same information.

Cover-to-Cover Bias in the Sunday Book Review

This week's "politics" issue of the book review follows a pattern: Liberal reviewers praising liberal books and dismissing conservative ones.

How the Media Stir the Brew of Identity Group Politics

By focusing on race, class and gender voting, journalists are driving us apart, not bringing us together.

Media Stack the Deck for McCain and Obama on Culture Issues

Journalists give their favorite candidates a pass when they play race, religion or gender cards, but jump on the rest.

The "Moderate" New Baptist Covenant, Led by Jimmy Carter

No liberal label for an Atlanta meeting in which attendees "hoped they could pool their resources and voices to push for universal health coverage, or to fight global warming."

CBS's Couric Unloads Both Barrels at Religion

Don't trust those flock-fleecing televangelists – and keep that Bible far away from me!

Cleverly Firing Back at Atheism

The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Bible fires back at the cultural clout atheists in America have been enjoying.

The "Reagan-Era" Mike Huckabee?

Reporter Paul Vitello among the believers: "Whatever unease politicians may stir when they invoke Christmas among non-Christians does not seem to apply here. The hegemony of Christianity is as ...

Proud Atheist Compares Saudi Arabia's Treatment of Adulterers to GOP on Gays

Eduardo Porter: "Belief in God too often spawns reasons to punish sinners - 'adulterers' in Saudi Arabia, gays for some Republican presidential candidates."
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