Religion

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."

Family Guy Out-Crudes Itself

Immigration, patriotism ... and male anatomy?

A Reporter's Plea: "Did They Know How Hard We Worked to Report the News Fairly?"

Michael Luo pleaded with conservative Christians: "I would try various tacks to defuse their hostility. Did they know there was a difference between the editorial and news pages? What about the ...

Times Profiles Candidate: "I'm a Democrat Because I'm a Christian"

Double standard? Democratic gubernatorial candidate in Mississippi says "I'm a Democrat because I'm a Christian" - but the Times doesn't raise an eyebrow at this particular mixing of religion and ...

Christian Conservatives in "Panic" Mode Over Giuliani

Laurie Goodstein, always alert for signs of a crackup on the religious right, thinks she may have found it with the split among conservative Christians over Giuliani. On three separate occasions ...

Confirmed: Faithful Folk are More Generous

Research supports CMI study finding that religious people are more likely than secular people to give of their money and time.

Film of Abortion Aftermath Too Hard for "Angry" Film Critic to Take

"I suggest the faint of heart skip the rest of this paragraph," warned Manohla Dargis before relaying the graphic details of the aftermath of an abortion. "My initial and admittedly angry first ...

What Does Ahmadinejad Think About the Holocaust?

Laurie Goodstein glides over the Iranian president's "record" and "stance on the Holocaust" without repeating his past denials that the Holocaust ever occurred.

The Times Gets A Little Big-Spending Religion

A rabbi, a Roman Catholic priest and a Baptist minister walk onto the floor of the Senate...
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