Faith and the Faithful in U.S. Politics

Faith and the Faithful in U.S. Politics

The place of faith and the roles of the faithful in U.S. politics are often misunderstood and neglected, generate confusion and conflict, and are changing and challenging both religious communities and political leaders and parties. This series of Dialogues will explore the intersection of faith, politics, and public life.

Upcoming Dialogues

Faith and the Faithful in the Midterm Elections
November 19, 2018
Featured:  Robert Costa, Elizabeth Dias, Ana Gonzalez-Barrera, and Gregory Smith

Previous Dialogues

Faith and the Faithful in the Democratic Party​
June 18, 2018
Featured:  Justin Giboney, Maria Teresa Kumar, Cecil Roberts, Elizabeth Podrebarac Sciupac and Michael Wear

Faith and the Faithful in the Republican Party​
May 14, 2018
Featured: Emily Ekins, Michael Gerson, Rev. Johnnie Moore, Ramesh Ponnuru, and Julie Zauzmer

Faith and the Faithful in U.S. Politics
March 26, 2018
Featured: E.J. Dionne, Joshua DuBois, Jocelyn Kiley, and Peter Wehner
Student Blogs: "Creating Space for Religious Expression in U.S. Politics" by Michelle Amoedo (C'20); "Faith and the Faithful in U.S. Politics" by Hunter Estes (SFS'19)