Dennis R. Hoover
Council on Faith in International Affairs
Religious Persecution as a U.S. Policy Issue, 2000
[64-page book], edited by Rosalind I.J. Hackett, Mark Silk, and Dennis R. Hoover
Religion in the News articles:
Keeping the Faith-Based
in the News, Spring 2009
President Obama retools the Faith-Based Initiative.
Harper Goes to Ottawa,
Religion in the News, Summer 2006
Canada gets a faith-based leader of its own.
Initiative Re-ups, Religion in the News, Spring 2005
The Bush administration attempts to resuscitate its faith-based
"Choosing Up Sides in the
Religion in the News,
Civilizations are clashing, and on the home front religions are
Religion in the News,
New 'faith-based' legislation foundered in 2002, but older laws
and new regulations began to take hold.
Church Less Slack", Religion in the News,
Religious groups are losing the legal deference they once
"Missionaries or Not?", Religion in the News,
The media and the mission of Christian "aid
workers" jailed in Afghanistan.
"Pacifism on the
Record", Religion in the News, Fall 2001.
The peace churches don’t all speak with one
voice, before and after 9-11.
"Faith-Based Update: Bipartisan
Breakdown", Religion in the News, Summer 2001.
President Bush’s faith-based social service initiative goes
from a gimme to a maybe.
"The Perils of
in the News, Summer 2001.
Asking the wrong question on charitable choice.
"Faith-Based Ambivalence", Religion
in the News, Spring 2001.
The "media elite" turns out to be cautiously
open to the Presidents advocacy of faith-based social services.
"Ten Issues to Keep an
Eye On", Religion in the News, Spring 2001.
Issues for journalists to
consider as coverage of the faith-based social services initiative moves
"What Would Moses Do?: Debt Relief in the
Jubilee Year", Religion in the News, Spring 2001.
journalists were impressed with the multi-religious international debt relief campaign,
while U.S. journalists generally shortchanged it -- despite its impressive political
"Rome Relativism, and Reaction",
Religion in the News, Fall 2000.
The controversial Vatican statement, Dominus
Iesus, generates strong, if confused, journalistic reaction.
"A Religious Right
Arrives in Canada", Religion in the News, Summer
Socially conservative evangelicals emerge as a force to be reckoned with in
Canada's national politics.
"Peanuts for Christ", Religion
in the News, Summer 2000.
The traditional Christian worldview of Charles Schulz and
and the New Religious Center", Religion in the News, Spring 2000.
Faith-based social services and presidential politics.
Victimology", Religion in the News, Fall
Jews and evangelicals as targets of hate crime.