Law & Order

Essay

The Sanctuary Movement, Then and Now

It seems as though the word “sanctuary” has been used more in the last two months than in the more than two decades since the …

By Judith McDaniel

Interview

Religious Movements of the Great Migration: An Interview with Judith Weisenfeld

The Great Migration of the 1920s and 1930s, when people of African descent moved from the American South and the Caribbean into cities of the …

By Vaughn A. Booker

Essay

Advancing God’s Kingdom: Calvinism, Calvin College, and Betsy DeVos

Betsy DeVos’ nomination as Secretary of Education has prompted intense scrutiny. That is right and fitting, given her lack of both experience and expertise. But …

By Abram Van Engen

Essay

There Has Never Been an America without Muslims

There has never been an America without Muslims. But the long history of Muslims in America has been overlooked, forgotten, and purposely dismissed in our …

By Amir Hussain

Editor’s Note

Bearing Witness at the Women’s March on Washington

“I’m a WITNESS for JUSTICE!” read the front, and on the back, “¡Soy TESTIGO de la JUSTICIA!” This sign, held aloft by a group gathered …

By Marie Griffith

Essay

A Note of Discord? The Mormon Tabernacle Choir at Trump’s Inauguration

As Ronald Reagan looked on, a float bearing the Mormon Tabernacle Choir crawled down the streets of Washington, D.C., as part of the Gipper’s inauguration …

By Joseph Stuart

Essay

Who Are You Calling an Anti-Semite? Jewish Debate in Trump’s America

In a Vanity Fair article about the “post-election freak-out” at Columbia Prep, the school Barron Trump will continue to attend after the inauguration, Emily Jane …

By Moshe Kornfeld

Essay

Tracking Hate: Islam and Race After the Presidential Election

On November 21, Maha Sayed, an attorney for the Council on American-Islamic Relations, called for an investigation into the actions of a kindergarten teacher in …

By Ilyse R. Morgenstein Fuerst

Interview

The Quest for Confident Pluralism: An Interview with John Inazu

This election exposed America’s fissures. It feels as if we are in the midst of a political and cultural civil war. We are still grappling …

By Gordon Haber

Editor’s Note

Where Do We Go from Here?

The 2016 election is history, and several things are clearer to us now than they were before. It turns out that vast swaths of Americans …

By Marie Griffith

States of the Union

Writers tell us stories about where they discovered religion and politics in their states.

Ohio

An Atheist Finds (Some) Reasons to Believe in Her Old Church.

By Sarah Stankorb

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