Susan Thistlethwaite and Brian Katulis argue that moral considerations should shape the Obama administration’s decision on the Afghanistan war.
Last week CAP launched a project with young Muslim American leaders to promote understanding of America’s growing religious diversity.
Interactive Slideshow and Interview with Arzu Rugs CEO Connie Duckworth give an inside look at sustainable security in action in Afghanistan.
The revelation that Donald Rumsfeld appended Bible verses to secret Iraq war memos is problematic on many levels, write Sally Steenland and Susan Thistlethwaite.
President Obama will speak at Notre Dame’s commencement, despite protests, yet it’s the school, not the protesters, that’s in line with mainstream American Catholics, writes Susan Thistlethwaite.
The exercise of conscience that pits health care providers against their patients mandates a rule change, Susan Thistlethwaite writes.
Work is an essential component of human dignity, a fact that should not be ignored when considering how to move forward on economic recovery, writes Susan Thistlethwaite.
Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite and Sally Steenland examine the increasingly progressive preferences of religious voters.
The Young and the Faithful survey finds that young religious voters hold more progressive views than their older counterparts, writes Rev. Susan Thistlethwaite.
Rev. Thistlethwaite on the church's role in hard economic times
Thistlethwaite on Separating Church and Politics
Rev. Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite is a Senior Fellow at American Progress. She is also Professor of Theology at Chicago Theological Seminary and its former president between 1998 and 2008. An ordained minister of the United Church of Christ since 1974, she is the author and/or editor of numerous books, and has worked on two different […]
Award-winning documentary raises interesting questions about religious and political freedoms.