Are Vaccine Exemptions Actually Religious?
Large-scale vaccine skepticism is a new phenomenon, but is it a religious phenomenon?
February 4, 2022
Progressives, Evangelicals, and Presidential Politics: What Love Has, and Hasn’t, Got to Do with It
A recent analysis of the dynamics of the 2016 presidential election in Sightings—Myriam Renaud, “Progressives: To Take Back the White House, Love Your White Evangelical Neighbors”—is useful. As Ms. Renaud says, the Clinton campaign failed to replicat...
October 5, 2017
Religious Conservatives, "Nones," and Interfaith Dialogue
Too often, interfaith programs fail to attract broad participation and have little social impact. One major reason for this is that they tend to take place in an echo chamber of religious progressives. Local and regional interfaith associations ar...