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No, Religion Is Not Antithetical to Liberalism

Many deeply religious Americans feel surrounded and are desperate for some route of escape. That’s why they reluctantly backed President Trump. Liberals who want to confront autocracy abroad would be wise to find an accommodation with their adversaries at home before it’s too late.

Religion and Polarized Politics: An Interview with Melissa Rogers and Peter Wehner

Two former White House officials discuss how religion has played a part in contributing to the country’s political climate, for better or for worse.

Why Religion Will Dominate the 21st Century

The actual trends of religiosity across the world suggest that the 20th century was probably the high point of secularization.

What Jews and Christians Can Do Together

John Paul II’s approach to Jews and Judaism was shaped by a distinctive conviction that he shared with Elio Toaff — a conviction that was the basis of their friendship, and of their work together: that the biblical story is the world’s story read in its deepest dimension and against its most ample horizon.

Elliott Abrams and Shadi Hamid at the November 2014 Faith Angle Forum

The Faith Angle Forum is a semi-annual conference which brings together a select group of 20 nationally respected journalists with 3-5 distinguished scholars on areas of religion, politics & public life.  “Religious Conflict and the Future of the Middle East” South Beach, Florida  Speakers: Elliott Abrams, Senior Fellow, Middle Eastern Studies at the Council on Foreign […]