Samuel J. Levine (Touro): A Look at the Establishment Clause Through the Prism of Religious Perspectives: Religious Majorities, Religious Minorities, and Nonbelievers. Rachel Gillum (Stanford): Examining Muslim Americans' Confidence in U.S. Government Institutions. An interview with Paul Harvey and Edward J. Blum, authors of The Color of Christ: The Son of God and the Saga of Race in America. The Frozen Chosen: Alaska Jews talk about life on America's Last Frontier. Do present-day Americans still exhibit traces of those austere English Protestants who started arriving in the country in the early 17th century? Daniel McCarthy on how Protestantism lost its mind. Germany treats Scientology as a cult and a threat to democracy — the U.S. should follow its example. Robert Kraynak on the liberal Catholic legacy: From strict separation to “social justice”. Paul McGlasson on his book No! A Theological Response to Christian Reconstructionism. Peter Beinart on why Americans need to wake up to attacks on U.S. Muslims. God as a drug: James Wellman, Katie E. Corcoran and Kate Stockly-Meyerdirk on the rise of American megachurches. God himself is the "what" — Jonathan Edwards spent his life studying the "where," "when," "why," and "how." A new survey shows how uncomfortable the Republican base is with Muslim and Arab people. Mark Noll reviews When God Talks Back: Understanding the American Evangelical Relationship with God by TM Luhrmann.