Every week, On Faith brings together some of the world’s leading religion experts and activists to explain and debate the biggest religion news of the day.
Below is a list of some of our favorite posts and debates of the last five years. Of course, it was impossible to choose just five --there are hundreds of enlightening and provocative posts not listed--but we’re proud of the diversity of traditions and ideas we’ve been able to host. Thanks for being a part of it.
Faith, feminism and abortion
Conservative politician and anti-abortion advocate Sarah Palin stirs debate about what it means to be a feminist. Sixteen panelists answer: “Can you be a feminist and oppose abortion in all circumstances?”
Who owns yoga?
Muslims speak out
An 2007 feature with many of the world’s most prominent Muslim scholars on what Islam really says about violence and human rights.
Is this Mormonism’s moment?
A panel debate on how religions assimilate in America and how Mormonism is emerging into the mainstream.
Attention Gov. Perry, evolution is a fact
Bonus round: Tony Blair, the Dalai Lama, Rick Warren, Mormon president Thomas Monson, Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf and a host of other leaders examine what we have learned about religion in the ten years since 9/11/2011.
What about you? Have a favorite On Faith piece from the past five years? Let us know in the comments below.
Sally Quinn: Five lessons on faith