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Posted Wednesday, Apr 11, 2012 
The Texas Faith Panel, including Cynthia Rigby, share thoughts about the role the mind plays in opening one up to a religious faith and then sustaining it over time.
Posted Wednesday, Apr 4, 2012 
This week the Texas Faith Panel responds to a question suggested by Austin Seminary's Cynthia Rigby from a column she read by a Notre Dame philosophy professor. If you believe in God, do you believe God is good? If so, why? If you don't believe God is good, please explain.
Posted Thursday, Mar 29, 2012 
The Texas Faith Panel, including Austin Seminary's Cynthia Rigby, responds to a survey that suggests voters are growing tired of hearing politicians talk about religion. Is there too much "God talk" in politics?
Posted Friday, Mar 23, 2012 
It's a presidential election season, so count the issue of church involvement in politics to come up this year. Federal tax law is quite clear. Churches, synagogues, mosques and places of religious worship with tax-exempt status can't actively engage in partisan politics. Should the federal ban on political activity by churches and religious institutions be repealed - or remain in place? Our Texas Faith panel, including Cynthia Rigby, weighs in -- and they don't agree on the answer.
Posted Monday, Mar 19, 2012 
The Texas Faith Panel, including Austin Seminary's Cynthia Rigby, addresses the question: What's the difference between probing a candidate's religious beliefs and probing a candidate's involvement in promoting or even acquiescing in the activities of a religious institution?
Posted Thursday, Mar 8, 2012 
The Texas Faith Panel, including Austin Seminary's Cynthia Rigby, responds to a recent blog post by Centre College professor Beau Weston who argues the world has gotten better. The Panel weighs in with their answer to: Is the world getting better?
Posted Thursday, Mar 1, 2012 
This week the Texas Faith Panel, including Austin Seminary's Cynthia Rigby, answers the philosophical and theological question: Is man here to serve the Earth? Or is the Earth here to serve man?
Posted Wednesday, Feb 22, 2012 
Cynthia Ribgy and the Texas Faith Panel respond to this week's question: What happens in your tradition when there is a divide between the pulpit and the pew?
Posted Thursday, Feb 9, 2012 
According to a new study by the Pew Research Center's Forum on Religion and Public Life, across almost every major religious group, the share of voters identifying with or leaning toward Republican has grown. The Texas Faith Panel, including Cynthia Rigby, was asked to weigh in on why they think this is happening.
Posted Friday, Feb 3, 2012 
President Obama made the case for "the common good," as he saw it, in his State of the Union address. The Texas Faith Panel, including Austin Seminary's Cynthia Rigby, share their thoughts on the question: How do we build a common good today?

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