Steven Waldman

Steven Waldman is editor in chief ofBeliefnet, the leading multifaith spirituality and religion Web site.

Faith-based
April 5 2006 12:41 PMThe Religious LeftIt is fruitful and has multiplied.
Faith-based
Oct. 27 2004 6:46 AMAll Ye FaithfulIs George Bush the Christians' Christian?
Faith-based
Aug. 2 2004 12:18 PMThe Religification of John KerryHow the candidate found his soul.
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June 16 2004 11:57 AMKeeping the FaithIs the faith-based initiative too politicized?
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March 11 2004 1:02 PMBy Their FruitsHow to be a Catholic president in the 21st century.
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Dec. 17 2003 7:39 AMCommandment the FirstDo Muslims and Christians worship the same God?
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April 1 2005 6:00 PMPapal ChaseWill the next pope be black, Hispanic, American, a Jew?
Faith-based
Sept. 17 2003 1:12 PMPassion MisplayWho killed Jesus? Time for both Jews and Christians to fess up.
Politics
April 11 2003 6:23 PMJesus in BaghdadWhy we should keep Franklin Graham out of Iraq.
Politics
Nov. 5 2004 4:11 PMWhy Americans Hate Democrats—A DialogueLet's talk about faith.
Faith-based
Sept. 13 2004 11:29 AMHeaven SentDoes God endorse George Bush?
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June 29 2004 11:47 AMPilgrim's Progress?John Kerry's dubious approach to religion.
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May 18 2004 11:45 AMNo Wizard Left BehindHarry Potter and Left Behind are more alike than you might think.
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Jan. 22 2004 11:15 AMThe Path of RighteousnessCan a Democrat win the hearts of black voters? Yes, here's how.
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Nov. 19 2003 4:12 PMA Common Missed ConceptionWhy religious people are against gay marriage.
Faith-based
Oct. 10 2003 12:42 PMHow Prayers PollDebunking myths about the religious right.
Politics
May 22 2003 5:41 PMFrom Soccer Moms to Spam DadsCan obnoxious e-mail ads save the Democrats?
Politics
July 8 2002 1:49 PMWill school vouchers be bad for Christianity?
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