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How National Constitutions Address Religion, 1990-2002

Researchers at Bar Ilan University in Ramat Gan, Israel, embarked on a project to systematically identify the intersection between government and religion in every country with a population of 250,000... read more >

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Sociology of Religion Searchable Database

You can search thousands of sociology books, articles, theses and dissertations by title, author, description, publisher or year. The Association of Religion Data Archives, an online archive of American and... read more >

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Seminary Models for Multifaith Education

Twenty-eight percent of U.S. adults brought up in a religious affiliation have either switched or ceased religious involvement and 27 percent of married adults are in religiously mixed relationships. In... read more >

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NetVUE: A Theological Exploration of Vocation Initiative

The Council of Independent Colleges has established an initiative to foster theological and intellectual exploration of vocation across campus communities. The Network for Vocation in Undergraduate Education, known as NetVUE,... read more >

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How Social Networking Is Changing Religion

Is community lost or enhanced by digital interaction? Are religious messages and imperatives compromised or confirmed when represented in 140-character tweets or “sound-bite” Facebook updates? As ministry programs, houses of... read more >

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Church Leadership Is Like Improvisational Theater

Good leadership forms a state of trust in a community where people can learn to do things they haven’t done before, according to Anglican minister and scholar Samuel Wells. Hence,... read more >

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Acts of Faith: Interfaith Leadership in a Time of Global Religious Crisis

Eboo Patel, founder and president of Interfaith Youth Core, discusses the interfaith landscape in the United States after 9/11, stresses the promise and genius of America located in its ability... read more >

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Liturgical Arts Education for the African American Church

The African American Lectionary project, a resource site for worship materials that span most African American Christian traditions, offers a page of teaching videos designed to help liturgists, worship leaders,... read more >

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In or Of the Digital World: Some Implications of the Generational Difference

For Millennials and their younger siblings, the Web is not a tool to accomplish other things; it is a mode of existence that has distinctive characteristics, including decentralized authority, breadth... read more >

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The Rev. Charles Adams: A Conversation Across Generations of Black Clergy

The Rev. Charles Adams, pastor of Hartford Memorial Church in Detroit, discusses books young black clergy ought to read, ideas that have been central to his life and work, influences... read more >

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A Piano for Christmas

It’s never too early for a great Christmas ad. This is from the folks at John Lewis in Great Britain, who every year...

Can Religion Unite America?

    Calling out racism in American churches, David Gushee, the outgoing president of the American Academy of...

Are American's Religious Communities Unique?

Two-thirds of U.S. Christians pray daily, compared with a median of just 18 percent of Christians across 15 countries...

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