RealClearReligion Evening Edition
Thursday, February 26God in the Machine
- Emily Baxter and Aseem Mehta, Religion & PoliticsWho's Watching Joel Osteen?
- Cathy Lynn Grossman, Religion NewsEpiscopal Church Denied Breakaway's Property
- Mike Gryboski, CPWoodrow Wilson's Life as a Religious Epic
- Raymond Schroth, NCRWhen Baptists Defended Religious Freedom
- Bill Leonard, BNGMormons Troll Book of Mormon
- Greg Garrison, Alabama LiveThe Genesis of Jewish Genius
- Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, Slate
Wednesday, February 25The ISIS War Against 'People of the Cross'
- Jamie Dean, WorldThe Next Religious Revival May Be Islamic
- Michael Dougherty, WeekSupreme Court's Next Religious Freedom Case
- Michael Paulsen, NROOne Man's Martyr, Another's Terrorist?
- Kim Winston, Religion NewsIn Salt Lake, a Mormon Opens a Jewish Deli
- Anthony Weiss, JTAHead of Hindu Group Attacks Mother Teresa
- Nida Najar, NYTThe Koran Isn't the Problem
- Murray Watson, Salon
Tuesday, February 24Religion's Role in the History of Ideas
- Michael Roth, Wall St. JournalChanging My Mind on Gay Marriage
- Rabbi Philip Scheim, Jewish FwdThings Episcopalians Say: 'Not Literally'?
- Garwood Anderson, CovenantWhat You Should Know About the Great Commission
- Jeff Kranz, OFSouthern Baptists Try to Diversify Churches
- Heidi Hall, RNSMormon Missionaries Held Captive
- Matt Howerton, KOATWe Must Offend Religion More
- Jeffrey Tayler, Salon
Monday, February 23Judgment Day for San Francisco Catholics
- William Saletan, SlateWhat Happened to Joseph Smith's Brothers?
- Susan McCloud, DNDe Blasio in Talks With Jews Over Circumcision
- Verena Dobnik, APEpiscopalians Move On After Split
- Deeanna Wilkerson, Bluffton TodayPresbyterians Restore Stained Glass
- Marie Nesmith, Daily TribuneWhat If James Foley Converted to Islam?
- Jim Yardley, NY TimesPuritans Were Like ISIS?
- Mark Tooley, Juicy Ecumenism
Friday, February 20When Mormons Loved Hitler
- Jana Riess, Religion News ServiceWhat Pope Francis Wants You to Give Up for Lent
- Chris Hale, TimeCameron Diaz's Jewish Wedding
- Elissa Strauss, Jewish Daily ForwardCardinal Bertone's Terrace of Scandals
- Andrea Purgatori, Huff PostWhy They Won't Call it Islamic Terrorism
- Scott Shane, NY TimesHighest and Lowest Church Attendance
- Frank Newport, GallupThe Islamic State's Big Secret Target in Iraq
- The Economist
Thursday, February 19Who Is a Christian?
- Rod Dreher, American ConservativeWhy Louisiana Can't Break the Seal
- Ulrich Lehner, First ThingsArchbishop Cordileone, Catholic Mensch
- Mark Paredes, Jewish JrnlEmbargoed Presbyterian Pensions
- John Buchanan, CCenturyDoes Religion Create Evil?
- Jeffrey Salkin, Martini JudaismIn Defense of Islam
- Ross Douthat, New York TimesSoft Atheism
- Matthew Engelke, Public Books
Wednesday, February 18Taking Ashes for the First Time
- Lily Burana, Religion News ServiceWhy Evangelicals Need Lent
- Tim Suttle, Paperback TheologyRob Bell: Church Will Accept Gay Marriage
- Leonardo Blair, CPostChinese New Year Bumps Ash Wednesday
- Antonio Gonsalves, CNAJudaism Out of the Synagogue
- Rabbi Josh Gerstein, Arutz ShevaWhy Mormons Clean Their Own Churches
- Dana Rimington, S-EPiety in the #Ashtag Era
- Peter Chin, Christianity Today
Tuesday, February 17Michael Jackson and My Yarmulke
- Rabbi Mayer Fuchs, Aish.comWhen Oscar Romero Was Shot
- Fr. Robert Sirico, Detroit NewsJohn Calvin Was No One-Trick Pony
- Derek Rishmawy, Gospel Co.Can Islam Really Be Reformed?
- Fr. Jim Schall, Catholic World ReportWhich Presidents Were the Most Religious?
- Jonathan Merritt, RNSThe Church That Brigham Young Built
- David Mason, PatheosSikhs Silent No More
- Hardeep Singh, The Telegraph
Monday, February 16How Tim Tebow Will Live Forever
- Dan Olson, The Gospel CoalitionThe Relentless Shrinking of the Jewish Diaspora
- Joel Kotkin, OCRMormons Lead the Way Out of Racism
- Margaret Blair Young, RNSWhy Baptism Needs the Devil
- Giles Fraser, The GuardianPorn Goes Mainstream
- Bishop Paul Loverde, First ThingsThe Alternative to Fifty Shades
- Kimberly Mauck, CCenturyDean Smith's Amazing Grace
- Jim Wallis, Sojourners