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In The News: Cynthia Rigby Contributes to Dallas Morning News - Religion Blog
Thursday, November 13, 2008

In The News: Cynthia Rigby Contributes to Dallas Morning News - Religion Blog
Monday, November 24, 2008

In The News: Cynthia Rigby Contributes to Dallas Morning News - Religion Blog
Tuesday, December 02, 2008
Cynthia Rigby contributes to The Dallas Morning News Religion Blog every week. Texas Faith is their weekly discussion of matters of religion, politics, and culture.

In The News: Cynthia Rigby & Joe Clifford Contribute to Dallas Morning News - Religion Blog
Wednesday, January 07, 2009
Rod Dreher here. I don't know if you saw it, but New York Times science writer John Tierney recently wrote that science is discovering that people of faith tend to be more self-disciplined than people who have weak faith or no faith at all. If this is true, the implication is that formal religion can be personally helpful in inculcating habits of mind that lead to worldly success. Is this good or bad news for religion - and why?

In The News: Cynthia Rigby & Joe Clifford Contribute to Dallas Morning News - Religion Blog
Wednesday, January 14, 2009
George W. Bush made religion and religiosity a greater part of his presidency than any president in modern terms. How would you assess his use of religion, whether in terms of his faith-based initiatives or how religion was integrated into his ideas of governing?

in the News: Cynthia Rigby contributes to Dallas Morning News - Religion Blog
Tuesday, March 31, 2009
This week, the U.S. House and Senate are supposed to consider their budget roadmaps for the next five years. Here's this week's Texas Faith question: Is there a moral dimension to passing a huge federal debt onto future generations? Should being a good steward apply here?

in the News: Cynthia Rigby contributes to Dallas Morning News - Religion Blog
Tuesday, April 07, 2009
Question of the week in Texas Faith: Can Pope's visit ease relations with Muslims and Jews?

In the News: Cynthia Rigby and Joe Clifford Contribute to Dallas Morning News
Tuesday, April 21, 2009
On this week's Texas Faith, Austin Seminary professor Cynthia Rigby and Austin Seminary board member Joe Clifford discuss:The recent intersections of religion and politics.

In the News: Cynthia Rigby and Joe Clifford Contribute to Dallas Morning News
Monday, May 11, 2009
On the recent Texas Faith, Austin Seminary professor Cynthia Rigby and Austin Seminary Board member Joe Clifford address the question: Are young evangelicals truly changing the contours of our politics - and if so, if Christian conservatives do embrace a broader priority agenda, what does it mean for our political parties, our politicians and our political debate?

In the News: Cynthia Rigby and Joe Clifford Contribute to Dallas Morning News
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
What is it in the human condition that causes many of us to elevate sports stars to a high plateau and causes us to get crushed when they fall from their mighty perch? Austin Seminary Professor Cynthia Rigby and Austin Seminary Board member Joe Clifford chime in on Texas Faith.

In the News: Cynthia Rigby and Joe Clifford Contribute to Dallas Morning News
Thursday, May 28, 2009
Texas Faith: When is it okay to use God to advance public policy? The Pentagon's top secret wartime memos that mixed Scripture and battle photos sparked a lively debate -- rich, heated and very diverse -- among our Texas Faith panel this week.


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