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Religious or not, many Americans see a creator’s hand

You don’t have to believe in God or identify with any religion to see a creator’s hand in human life and morality, suggests a new survey.

Will Your Religion Be Unrecognizable in 100 Years?

What do you think your religion or spiritual practice will look like in the hands, hearts and minds of people 100 years from now?

Dear Readers, Thank You FOR Making FAVS Something to Celebrate

How is it, we wonder, that there is a website that talks all the time about religion – one of the three subjects that Miss Manners advises us to stay well away from if we want to have a happy dinner party — and yet the comments that you post on it are overwhelmingly wise, generous, and kind?

Safeguarding from toxic religions

In our society, the real damage caused by toxic religion is assumed to be done by extreme fringe groups readily identified as “cults” and we have all heard of the mind controlling indoctrination and abuses of such organizations.

Science vs. religion? There’s actually more of a three-way split

Meet the “Post-Seculars” — the one in five Americans who seem to have gone unnoticed before in endless rounds of debates pitting science vs. religion.

Religion from a Negative Perspective

There are few things sadder to a minister than having your child tell you that “church is irrelevant to me.” That was the message my son gave on his eighteenth birthday when he informed me that he would not go back to church again.

Reflecting on faith and politics

As some of the panelists pointed out, we cannot (and should not) try to keep values out of politics.

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