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.

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02.20.17 - Benedict, Not Benedictine | Martin Marty

02.16.17 - Why Milo Scares Students... | Rachel Fulton Brown

02.13.17 - Sacred Sites Violated | Martin Marty

02.09.17 - Rock, Paper, Scissors | Sarah Hammerschlag

02.02.17 - The Acquittal of "Patient Zero" | Mark Lambert

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