Justin Giboney is an attorney, political strategist and co-founder of the And Campaign, an organization that aims to increase and improve Christian political engagement.
Ralph Reed is the founder and chairman of the Faith and Freedom Coalition, which aims to help people of faith be engaged citizens. He previously served as chairman of the Georgia Republican Party and senior adviser to the 2000 and 2004 Bush-Cheney campaigns. Reed’s forthcoming book argues that American evangelicals are morally obligated to support […]
Savannah Kimberlin is a data analyst for Barna Group, which has conducted multiple studies on millennials’ relationship to religion and the future of faith.
Rep. Lucy McBath, D-Georgia, serves in the U.S. House of Representatives. She entered politics after her son, Jordan, was shot and killed in 2012. Before her election to Congress, McBath led faith outreach for Everytown for Gun Safety and Moms Demand Action.
The Rev. Zack Nyein is the associate rector of All Saints’ Episcopal Church in Atlanta. He helps coordinate Warrior Church, an opportunity for community members to work out and worship together.
What does it mean to establish a religion? This edition of ReligionLink is focused on a hotly contested and confusing piece of the First Amendment.
Heather Greene is a writer and editor who covers religion, art and the occult. She is the author of Bell, Book and Camera: A Critical History of Witches in American Film and Television. Contact her through her website.
William P. Brown is a professor of Old Testament at Columbia Theological Seminary. His research interests include ecology, social justice and the dialogue between faith and science.
Melissa D. Carter is executive director of the Barton Child Law and Policy Center at Emory University School of Law.