Sightings: Religion in Public Life


The cliché about polite conversation is that there are two things never to discuss: religion and politics. We at Sightings know better. We seek out and comment on the events, agents, and trends in public life where issues of religion are writ large, in plain view—or are simmering under the surface.

Screen Shot 2016-09-28 at 9.41.14 AM.pngRecent columns:

9.29.16 - Is Trump an Outsider Candidate? | Landon Schnabel


9.26.16 - The Moment | Martin E. Marty


9.22.16 - Refusing to Stand: Can America's Civil Religion Tolerate Dissent? | John Stackhouse


9.19.16 - Getting Religion | Martin E. Marty


9.15.16 - A Crisis of Faith in Laïcité | Madeleine Elfenbein


9.12.16 - Clergy for a New Drug Policy | Martin E. Marty


9.8.16 - The Last Trump? | Roger Griffin


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