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Peter Berger
Religion & Other Curiosities
Religion and Modernity
Urbanity as a Vortex of Pluralism

The following text is based on a longer paper written for a conference on “The City and Religion” at the University of Darmstadt, Germany, January 2016.

The Colonials Strike Back
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African Bishops Against Sexual Liberation

Will the Archbishop of Uganda excommunicate the Archbishop of Canterbury by 2019?

Interfaith Relations
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Under the Long Shadow of the Holocaust

Interfaith dialogue takes two important steps forward.

Religion & Other Curiosities
The Long Road to Harvard

Evangelicals have come of age.

Religion & Other Curiosities
News from Blue Massachusetts

Two examples from deep blue Massachusetts, which both feature intrusions into the private sphere by various institutions, demonstrate why we should be cautious about taking strong positions in these cases.

Religious Pluralism
Judeo-Christian or Abrahamic?

The ever-expanding boundaries of religious pluralism in America.

Church and State
Hugo Grotius
The Texas State Bar and the Ambiguities of Secularity

People often confuse ‘secularity’ and ‘secularism’. A case in point.

Interfaith Dialogue
Rethinking the Reformation

Religious pluralism compels individuals, on whatever level of intellectual sophistication, to differentiate between the core of their own faith and its more negotiable elements.

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Where are the Muslim Voices Against Islamist Terror?

There are many, hiding in plain sight.

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The Costs of Imperial Power

So often does imperial power lead to the loss of young soldiers dying far from home.

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South China Sea

Will Australia have to amend its “neutral” position in the South China Sea?

minimum wage watch

New data shows that minimum wage hikes have taken a substantial toll on hiring in some of America’s major metropolitan areas.

The Sunni-Shi'a War

Saudi Arabia says it’s ready to send ground troops to Syria, but its track record in Yemen offers a reason for apprehension.

North Korea Fallout

One country is notably, if unsurprisingly, excluded from the preparations: China.

The Old World in Trouble

Multiple terror threats, thousands of police officers deployed, riots, failing economy, Russian aggression—ho hum.

The Libyan Afterparty Rages On

U.S., European allies may have to send as many as 10,000 troops.

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