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Essay

God in the Machine: The Role of Religion in Net Neutrality Debates

The public movement to protect a free and open Internet is approaching a critical moment this week: on February 26, the Federal Communications Commission will …

By Emily Baxter and Aseem Mehta

Essay

The Politics of Poverty and Race

This month marks 51 years since Lyndon Johnson’s “War on Poverty” speech. On January 8, 1964, during his State of the Union address, he urged …

By Jamil Drake

Report

Pope Francis Causes Division Among Cubans in Miami

Hours after the news broke in December that the United States and Cuba were reinstating diplomatic relations, I arrived at a Catholic Church in one …

By Alfredo Garcia

Essay

After the Midterms, Where Can Congress and Obama Find Consensus?

Abetter-than-expected performance in the recent congressional midterm elections left the Republican Party in control of both houses of Congress. Not only did the GOP capture …

By Dan Cox

The States Project

Illinois: An Autoworker Reconciles God and Mammon

An Autoworker Reconciles God and Mammon

By Christopher D. Cantwell

Report

Passages: A Glimpse into the Hobby Lobby Family’s Bible Museum

On a humid afternoon in early July, I pulled into the parking lot of a nondescript warehouse just off Highway 65 in Springfield, Missouri. Flanked …

By Rachel McBride Lindsey

The Table

Amnesty Is Not the Answer Without Genuine Border Security

Over the last several years numerous prominent evangelical officials and agencies have assertively advocated mass legalization of illegal immigrants as a biblical imperative. They joined …

By Mark Tooley

The Table

The Blame Belongs to House Republicans

Long a priority of the faith community, comprehensive immigration reform is dead. Our response to thousands of unaccompanied children arriving at our southern border points …

By Jacob Lupfer

The Table

We Must Fix Our Broken Immigration System

The U.S. immigration system is broken. Republicans, Democrats, and Independents have argued that the immigration system is in urgent need of an overhaul. Essentially we …

By Gabriel Salguero

Interview

The Life of Dietrich Bonhoeffer: An Interview with Charles Marsh

On April 9, 1945, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, a German Christian theologian who opposed the Nazis, was hanged by the regime on the grounds of a concentration …

By Tiffany Stanley

States of the Union

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

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An Autoworker Reconciles God and Mammon

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