Mark Silk is Professor of Religion in Public Life at Trinity College and director of the college's Leonard E. Greenberg Center for the Study of Religion in Public Life. He is a Contributing Editor of the Religion News Service
Georgia’s Black-Jewish campaign is the latest chapter in an old story
(RNS) — The experiences of the two communities in Atlanta have run parallel since the Civil War.
The Supreme Court ups the ante on religious liberty
(RNS) — With a new conservative majority on the court, the free exercise clause is due for an upgrade.
Biden, second Catholic president, exacerbates US bishops’ divisions
(RNS) — A new working group takes the lead in taking on pro-choice Biden.
After religious liberty speech, Alito seems poised to kill off Scalia decision
(RNS) — After three decades, the late justice’s notorious free exercise decision is on the chopping block.
In a less religious country, Biden gained ground with religious voters
(RNS) — Faith outreach on the Democratic side cranked up a notch, closing the God gap just enough.
Playing the anti-Catholic card in the Barrett nomination
(RNS) — Anti-Catholicism in American politics used to be all about Protestants against Catholics. These days, the Catholic right is crying foul, and their opponent is often other Catholic politicians and the pope himself.