We need, as citizens and persons of faith, to be able to appreciate the beauty and depth of each other’s religious expressions.
Did the fact that Gorman’s poem quoted a Biblical prophecy make it inappropriate for the inauguration? Of course not.
It is silly to think the new Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C. violates separation of church and state. Here’s why.
The process by which politicians pick judges has morphed badly, writes Perry Dane, who clerked at the Supreme Court. Here’s how a Talmud lesson could help.
Democracies seek to respect as much religious liberty as possible, while also drawing clear jurisdictional lines between religion and government, writes Perry Dane.