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(p. 593) Index

(p. 593) Index

60 Minutes
Hinckley, 250
money and American churches, 189–190
The 700 Club, 104
Abbott, Andrew, 55, 60
abolition, Civil War, 45
abortion, Moral Majority, 335, 337
abortion debate, evangelical press, 557–560
Abramoff, Jack, trial, 200–201, 205
acupuncture, 369–370
Adams, Jane, 338
Adams, John, 37, 319, 327, 330
death of Jefferson and, 171, 173, 182
Adams, Samuel, 30
Addison, Joseph, 114, 118
Adler, Margot, 292
Advance Communications, 166
Adventures in Science, radio series, 349
Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, Defoe, 113
advertising
African American press, 584–586
sports coverage, 407–408
Afghanistan, 573, 575
Africa. See religion in Africa
African American press
advertising strategies, 584–586
black denominations, 579–581
editorial themes, 581–583
selling consumer goods, 586–588
success formulas, 588–590
African Americans
Christians, 10, 75
Mormonism, 246–247
Muslims, 75, 573
Protestantism, 581
African Methodist Episcopal Church, 581, 583
African National Congress (ANC), 497
The Age of Reason, Paine, 120
Agriprocessors
allegations, 210
kosher meat company, 200–201
media reporting, 205–209
Rubashkin trial in Iowa, 203–205
Agudath Israel of America, 207
AIDS coverage
Dallas Morning News, 378–379, 381
Hudson’s admission, 382–383
Johnson, 377–378, 386
Los Angeles Times, 381–384, 386–388
national newspapers, 377–379
New York Times, 379–381, 384–386
Al-Assad, Bashar, 150
Al Azhar University, Cairo, 235
Albanese, Catherine L., 368
Al-Din Sinan, Rashid, 234
Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building, 145
Al Hilal, 571, 574
Ali, Ayaan Hirsi, 463
Ali, Noble Drew, 573
Al-Jadda, Souheila, 477
Al Jumuah Magazine, 571
All Things Considered, Uighurs, 86
Aloi, Peg, 291
Al Qaeda, 472, 482, 486
Alsina, Miquel Rodrigo, 441–442
Alterman, Eric, 122
Altschull, J. Herbert, 114
Alwood, Edward, 378, 379–380
Al-Zawahiri, Ayman, 486
Amanpour, Christiane, 150
America
Catholic press, 510, 511
liberation theology, 516–518
Vatican II, 513–515
American Association of Schools and Departments of Journalism (AASDJ), 56
American Association of Teachers of Journalism (AATJ), 56
American Baptist Churches in the USA, mainline Protestant, 185
American century, phrase, 172
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 349, 351, 352, 354
American Conference of Teachers of Journalism, 56
American evangelicals, politicization, 16
American Family Association, 427
American Hebrew, 541–542
American Islamic Revival Association, 571
American Israelite, 540
Americanization, Sunbelt evangelicals, 225–226
American Jewish press. See also Jewish press
alternatives of Jewish journalism, 540
American Hebrew, 541–542
critical questions, 547–548
finances and decline, 542–543
golden age, 544–545
history of Jewish journalism, 538–539
(p. 594) recent developments, 546–547
sources of Jewish news, 543–544
American Jewish Press Association, 544–545
American Jews
bad behavior of fellow, 199–200
moderate and liberal, 201
American mindset, Puritanism, 35n6
American Muslim, Disneyland, 105–106
American Muslim, 571
American Muslims, 89
American Party, 320
American politics. See also religion and politics
campaign of 2008 and new media, 328–330
Constitution, 319
Mormons, 247–249
religion and, 42–43
separation of church and state, 319–320, 321–322
American Psychiatric Association, 380
American Reform Judaism, 540
American religion
restructuring, 88–90
turning point of 1960s, 85–86
American Revolution, 171
American’s Muslim Family Magazine, 574
American Society for Meliorating the Condition of the Jews, 538
American Society of Newspaper Editors (ASNE), 56, 57
America’s Saints: The Rise of Mormon Power, 248
Ammerman, Nancy, 532
ancient Eastern religion, alternative medicine, 367–368
The Angel and the Beehive, Mauss, 243
Anglican Church, Africa, 503–504
Anglican Communion, homosexuality, 495
Anglicans, 34
Anglican Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, 27
Anonymous, 306–308, 310–311, 313
antievolution statutes, 351–353
anti-Mormonism, 7
apartheid, South Africa, 495, 496–499
The Apostle, Duvall, 429
Aquinas Institute of Theology, 157
Arab Spring (2011), 13
Arafat, Yasser, 234
Areopagitica, Milton, 82, 119
Argento, Mike, 356–357
Arkansas, antievolution, 351–354
Arkansas Baptist College, 580
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, 163
Arledge, Roone, 408
Ash, Timothy Garton, 462
Ashimolowo, Matthew, 504
Asians, Buddhism, 277–279
Asmonean, 540
Assassins. See also Muslims
Hollywood movies, 238
medieval, 230
perfect evil enemy, 237–239
sex, drugs and violence, 234–237
training legend, 236
Associated Church Press, 70
Associated Press (AP), 381
journalism, 59
religion news coverage, 73–75
associations, journalism, 56
Astin, John A., 362, 368
Atack, Jon, 308
Athletes in Action (AIA), 221, 408
The Atlantic, evangelicals, 12
Atlantic Monthly, 525
Audiences, online, 162–163
Austin, Charles, 551
Autobiography
Franklin, 114
Steffens, 122
Azizah Magazine, 572–574, 575
baby delivery rituals, 424
Babylonians, 115
Baca, Nathan, 310
Bai, Matt, 400
Bailey, Rev. Isaac, 582
Baker, Ray Stannard, 9
Baker, William, 407
Bakker, Jim, 224, 324, 340
Baldasty, Gerald J., 4
Baldwin, James, 423
Baldwin, Jason, 289
Baltimore Jewish Times, 542, 545
Baltzell, E. Digby, 186
Bangladesh, 475
Baptist Vanguard, 579–581
advertising, 584–586
editorials, 581–582
selling consumer goods, 587–588
Barcus, Nancy, 558
Barnes, Roy, 324
Barnett, Jean, 194
Barr, Bob, 296–297
Barzee, Wanda, 252
Bashir, Martin, 311
Basilica, St. Peter’s, in Rome, 72
BATF, 143, 144
Battah, Habib, 474
Beal, Becky, 415
Beatles, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, 260, 261–262, 270–272
Beck, Glenn, 103
Bee, Samantha, 107
Beecher, Henry Ward, 45, 46
Beecher, Lyman, 43
“beehive” archetype, Mormons, 243
Beghe, Jason, 311–312
Belcher, Jonathan, 23
Belhar Confession, 497
(p. 595) Beliefnet, 298
BN Media LLC, 162
launch, 159–160
redesign, 160–161
Waldman, 158–159
Belien, Paul, 460
Bellah, Robert, 151, 363
Belz, Joel, 559
Bennett, James Gordon
“Awful Disclosures by Maria Monk,” 41
legacy, 46–47
modern religion journalism, 37, 39–40
New York Herald, 7, 38, 40–41
Penny Press, 121
Benson, Ezra Taft, 249
Benson, Herbert, 370
Bercovitch, Sacvan, 25
Berger, Peter, 454
Berrigan, Daniel, 181
Berrigan, Phillip, 181
Beverley, Robert, 24
Beyers, Rev. C. F., 497
Bible, 553
printers, 27
public school curriculum, 43
role in Christianity, 116–117
Bible Society, 44
Bierce, Ambrose, 100, 101, 121
Bill Moyers Journal, 394, 525
bin Laden, Osama, 234, 472, 476, 486
Bioworld Today, 236
birth control clinics, 11
Blackman, Samuel, 73
BlackPressUSA.com, 397
Blaine, James G., 321
The Blair Witch Project (1999), 293
Blake, Eugene, 555
Blakemore, Bill, 149
blasphemy laws, 460
Blavatsky, Helena Petrovna, 277, 287
Bleyer, Willard, 54, 57
Blitzer, Wolf, 150
Block, Lillian, 68, 76–77
blogs
campaign of 2008, 328–330
filling gaps by print and broadcast media, 164–165
Blondheim, Menahem, 146
Bloom, Stephen, 202
B’nai B’rith, 543
BN Media LLC, Beliefnet, 162
Bobo, Lawrence, 395
Boesak, Rev. Allan, 496–498
Boko Haram, 504
Bono, 432
Bonomi, Patricia, 23
bonpu soldiers, Buddhism, 286–287
Booker, Rev. Joseph, 585
Book of Revelation, 26, 31–32
Books, liberal religion, 527–528
born again phenomenon, Sunbelt evangelicals, 216–219
Boston Gazette
Stamp Act, 30
“To all Nations under HEAVEN,” 31–32
Boston Globe, “Articles of Faith,” 12
Boston News-Letter, Campbell, 23, 29
Boston Transcript, 57
Boswell, James, 118
Botha, P. W., 496–498
Boyd, Malcolm, 413
Branch, Brad, 143
Branch Davidians, Waco siege, 142–146, 290, 294
Brayton, Ed, 355
Briggs, Kenneth, 193, 222, 224, 323
Brigham Young University, 244
Bright, Bill, 406, 409, 418n22
Brinkley, Alan, 188
Britain, religion and immigration, 454–456
British colonists, spreading news, 6
broadcast media, blogs filling gaps, 164–165
Broder, David, 324, 325
Brokaw, Tom, 97
Brownback, Sam, 559
Browne, Malcolm, 283
Broyde, Michael J., 206
Bryan, William Jennings, 347, 349
Bryant, Anita, 225, 380
Buchanan, John H., 339
Buckland, Raymond, 299
Buddhism, 367
bonpu soldiers, 286–287
California, 280–282
Columbian Exhibition, 279–280
crisis in Vietnam, 283–284
from horns to halos, 284–285
Gedo punks, 286–287
“Insolent People Without Attractive Characteristics,” 277–279
proliferation of teaching, 282–283
spiritual inspiration, 276–277
Tibetan Buddhist monks, 370
Buddhists, 10, 14, 75
Bullock, Rev. Henry, 587–588
Bumiller, Elisabeth, 356
Bunker, Mark, 307
Burchard, Samuel D., 321, 329
Burmese Saffron Revolution (2007), 12–13
Bury, Chris, 148
Bush, George H. W., 253
Bush, George W., 98, 152, 159, 356, 456, 531, 556
Chinese Uighurs, 488–489
election, 12
Iraq war, 473, 475
presidency and God gap, 326–328
Bushman, Richard, Awakening, 25
Butler Act, 350
(p. 596) Butt, Howard E., Jr., 222
Bynum, Russ, 325
Cadge, Wendy, 286–287
Cage, John, 282
Cahan, Abraham, 541
Cahn, Susan, 409
Caldwell, Deborah, 159
California, Mormons and Proposition 8, 254–255
Callaway, T. W., 350
Calvary Episcopal Church, radio, 127
Calvin, John, 115
Calvinist Protestantism, 39
Camp, Walter, 406–407
Campbell, John, 23, 29
Campus Crusade for Christ, 218, 220, 406, 408–409
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 234
Candide, Voltaire, 100
Cantalamessa, Father Raniero, 146
capitalism, religion, journalism and, 117–119
Carey, James, 123
Carter, Betsy, 224
Carter, Jimmy, 215–216, 322, 410, 517
cartoons
Danish controversy, 459–460, 461, 464
“Roman menace,” 177
Castro, Fidel, 189
Cathedral of Hope, 381
Catholic Charismatic Movement, 441
Catholic Church
Bennett, 39
public influence, 174
Rwanda, 501–502
sexual abuse scandals, 88
social solidarity, 364
Catholicism, 29, 31, 39
Catholic News Service, 162, 509
Catholic Press Association. See also Vatican II
America magazine, 510
history, 509–512
liberation theology, 516–518
missions, purposes and editorial coverage, 511
National Catholic Reporter, 512
Our Sunday Visitor, 510
role and impact, 511
twenty-first century, 518–519
U.S. Catholic, 512
Vatican II, 509, 510–511, 512–516
Catholic theology, public school curriculum, 43
Catholic World, Gillis, 129, 132
Cato, Junius, 34
Cavender, Gray, 294
Cazares, Gabe, 309
celebrification, infotainment and, 425–426
celebrities, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, 260, 264–268, 270–272
Celebrity, Church of Scientology, 424
celebrity and religion
1989–1996, 427–429
1997–2003, 429–431
2004–2010, 431–433
infotainment and celebrification, 425–426
studying, 421–424
Celebrity Center Churches, 305
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 380
Chabad, 201
Champion, Rev. Willie C., 386
Chancellor, John, 12
Charisma and Christian Life, 561
Charismatic Movement, 223
charitainment, 425
Charlton, Ellie, 194
Charmed, TV show, 293
Chen, Chiung Hwang, 17, 251
Chester, C. I., 281
Chesterton, G. K., 53
Chicago Sun-Times, 68, 71
Chicago Tribune, 66, 525
Childs, Joe, 303, 308–311
chilil haShem, Jews behavior badly, 199–201
China. See also Uighurs
history of Uighurs, 482–484
Chinese Communist Party, 483
Christian Athlete, 411
Christian athletes, Deford, 405, 410–413
Christian Booksellers Association, 218
Christian Century, 69, 70, 71, 384, 526, 527, 531, 532, 554, 555
Christian Coalition, 103, 104
Haggard, 105
Reed, 324–326
Christian History, 552
Christian iconography, 174–175
Christian Index, 579–581, 589
advertising, 584–586
editorials, 582
selling consumer goods, 487
Christianity. See also Latin American religion
exclusivist understanding, 439–440
football and masculinity, 413–416
Jesus, Paul and role of text, 116–117
traditional, 9
Christianity and Crisis (C&C), 526–527, 531, 532
Christianity Today, 68, 411, 554–555, 558, 559, 561
Christian Methodist Episcopal Church, 581
Christian nightclubs, 219
Christian Recorder, 579–581, 589
advertising, 584–586
editorials, 582
Christian Right, 12
Christians, good news, 5
Christian Scholar’s and Farmer’s Magazine, 553
Christian Science Monitor, 253, 327, 472, 477, 525
Christian soldiers, Moral Majority, 337
Christian Voice, 11
(p. 597) Church and Newspaper, 67
church and state, separation, 319–320, 321–322
Churches Emergency Committee on South Africa, 499
“churchmanship,” 179
Church of Christ, 552
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 43, 104
1970s, 245–247
1980s, 247–249
1990s, 249–250
changing media coverage, 244–245
Mormons and Proposition 8, 254–256
Mormons in news (1970–2000), 245–250
“NOM Exposed” campaign, 110n37
Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City, 250–251
persistence of polygamy, 251–253
Romney, 253–254
Church of San Vitale, 174, 175
Church of Scientology (CoS). See Scientology
Church of Scientology International (CSI), 305
Church of the Dead Cow, 306
citizen reporting, Burmese Saffron Revolution, 12–13
civil rights
lesbian and gay, 193–196
King, 10
Protestantism, 86
Civil Rights Act 1964, 392
Civil War, 8, 43, 45, 55, 118, 192, 579, 581
Clark, Steve, 354
clash of civilization, 459–460, 471
Clayton, David, 174, 175
Cleland, Max, 324
clergy
activism, 195
moral leadership, 8
Moral War, 40
Protestant activism, 189–190
religion in news, 7
sex abuse, 14, 88, 172
Clergy and Laity Concerned About Vietnam (CALCAV), 187
Cleveland, Grover, 321
Cleveland Press, 67, 70
Clifford, Terry, 284
Clifton, Chas, 298
Clinton, Bill, 143, 152, 194, 324, 326, 530, 532
Clinton, Hilary, 329
Clooney, George, 432
CNN, 97–98
Sanchez firing, 109–110n23
Waco, Texas siege, 142–143
Coffin, William Sloane, 382
Cohen, Debra Nussbaum, 537
Cohen, Jacob I., Jr., 538
Cohen, Mark, 57
Cohen’s Gazette and Lottery Register, 538
Colbert, Stephen
The Colbert Report, 97, 98, 99, 100
irreverence, 106–108
religion, 102–106
collective memory. See also television news
television, 141–142
colonial America
press of eighteenth century, 26–27
religion, 23–26
religion and news, 5–6
color blindness, race relations, 222
Colored Methodist Episcopal Church, 581
Columbian Exhibition, 278, 279–280
Columbus, Christopher, 440, 442–444
Commentary, 525, 543
Commercialization, evangelicalism, 218–219
Common Sense, Paine, 33
Commonweal, Catholic press, 510
Communications Act (1934), 130
Communism
Christian faith as protection, 72
religion against, 10
religion news, 69
complementary and alternative medicine (CAM)
neo-Durkheimian, 365–367
post-Durkheimian, 367–369
print coverage, 361–364
representation across paradigms, 369–372
social solidarity, 364–365
Congregationalists, 34
conservatism, 52, 529
conservative religious propaganda, 532
conservatives, political players, 11
Constitution, American politics, 319
consumer goods, black religious press, 586–588
Contemporary Jewish Record, 543
Cooper, Anderson, 97
Cooper, Paulette, 305
Corddry, Rob, 107
Cornell, George, Associated Press (AP), 73–75
Cornish, Rev. Samuel, 553
Corwin, Norman
career, 137, 138
radio, 127, 133–137
Words Without Music, 135, 137
Coughlin, Father Charles, 66, 132, 138
Council on Religion and the Homosexual (CRH), 193
counterculture, 219
Courier and Enquirer, Noah, 42
Cousin, Rev. Phillip, 498
Cox, Harvey, 3–5, 17
The Craft (1996), 293
Crane, Cornelius, 282
Crane, Stephen, 121
creation science. See also evolution
culture war, 349–351
pandas and bacterial flagella, 354–357
two sides, 351–354
(p. 598) creative intelligence, Spiritual Regeneration Movement, 260
Cromwell, Oliver, 119
Cross Bridge Media, 162
Croteau, David, 423
Cruise, Tom, 14
Oprah Winfrey Show, 431
Scientology, 303, 307, 312, 313
Crutchfield, Bishop Finis, 385
Crutchfield, Rev. Charles, 385
Cuddy, Edward, 177
cult, religion, 422
Cult Awareness Network (CAN), 305–306
culture
celebrity news, 421–422
religion and, 426, 434n21
culture of martyrdom, 473
culture war
objectivity in journalism, 347–349
pandas and bacterial flagella, 354–357
Tennessee v. Scopes, 349–351
Cushing, Cardinal Richard, 178
Daftary, Farhad, 235, 236
The Daily Show
religious humor, 110n29
Stewart, 97–98, 99, 100, 102
Daily Telegraph, 234
Dalai Lama, Buddhism, 275, 284–285
Dallaire, Romeo, 500
Dallas Morning News, 159
AIDS coverage, 378–379, 381
Damascus Affair, 538
Danish cartoons controversy, 459–460, 461, 464
The Dao of the Press, Gunaratne, 124
Darrow, Clarence, 53
Darwin, Charles, 121–122, 348, 349
Darwinism, 553
Davidson, Rhoda, 42
Davie, Grace, 454
Davis, Tommy, 310–311
Davis, Watson, 349
Day, Benjamin, 38
Dayan, Daniel, 147
death leap legend, 235, 236
Deedy, John, Jr., 511
Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), Clinton, 194
Defoe, Daniel, 113, 118–119
Deford, Frank, Christian athletes, 405, 410–413
Deists, 115, 120
Del Rio, Domenico, 501
De Mille, Cecil B., 304
Democratic-Republicans, Jefferson, 319
DePauw University, 56
DePillis, Mario, 246
Depp, Johnny, 299
Des Forges, Alison, 501
Des Moines Register, Rubashkin trial, 203–204
The Devil’s Dictionary, Bierce, 101
De Vocht, Tom, 309
Dewey, John, 13, 123
Dharmapala, Anagarika, 279–280
Dharma Punx, 287
Dianetic processing, phrase, 304
Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health, Hubbard, 304
Dickey, Christopher, 462
Didion, Joan, 366
Die Deborah, newspaper, 541
Diem, Ngo Dinh, 284
Die Welt, 234
digital media, religion, 89–90
digitization, religion coverage, 124
Dinshtagishe un Fraytagishe Kurant, Yiddish, 538
Dionne, E. J., 328, 498
Dispatches from the Culture Wars, Brayton, 355
Divinity School, University of Chicago, 187
Dobson, James, 324
Dommen, Arthur J., 269–270
Donny & Marie, variety show, 246
Douglass, Frederick, 580
Dover trial, intelligent design, 354–355
drama troupes, radio, 131
Dreher, Rod, 164
Dreiser, Theodore, 121
Due Preparations for the Plague, Defoe, 113
Duigan, John, 308
Duke Divinity School, 185
Durkheim, Emil, 84, 364–365
neo-Durkheimian, 364, 365–367
post-Durkheimian, 364–365, 367–369
Dutch Reformed Church (DRC), South African apartheid, 496–499
Duvall, Robert, 429
Dwoskin, Elizabeth, 207–208
Eastern Orthodox Church, 149
Eastern religions, alternative medicine, 367–369
Eastern Turkistan Islamic Movement (ETIM), 488, 489–490
Echols, Damien, 289, 290, 299
economic justice, code words, 103
ecumenism, Vatican II, 515–516
Editor & Publisher, 55, 56, 57, 58, 67, 68
editorial independence, religion reporting, 68
editorials
black religious newspapers, 581–583
New York Times, 51
Education, journalism, 55
Edward R. Murrow Award, 574
Edwards, Jonathan, 469
Edwards v. Aguillard, 354
Egerton, John, 225–226
eighteenth century
defining news through religion, 28–31
press and colonial America, 26–27
religion and news, 23–26
revolution, 31–32
(p. 599) Einstein, Albert, 53
Eisenstein, Elizabeth, 115
election (2008)
campaign, 328–330
evangelical press, 560
Election Center, CNN, 97–98
Eliason, Eric, 244
Ellingwood, Ken, 325
emancipation, Civil War, 45
Emancipation Proclamation, 43, 586
The Emerging Republican Majority, Phillips, 217
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 276
Emmy award, 574
En Geistliches Magazien, 553
England, Bishop John, 509
Enlightenment, 82, 124
religion, secularism and influence of, 119–120
thinkers, 115
Entertaining Politics, Jones, 99
entertainment, 425
Episcopal Church
first woman bishop, 191
homosexuality, 192
mainline Protestant, 185
Epperson, Susan, 351, 352
Epperson v. Arkansas, 352
Epps, Garret, 335
Epstein, Brian, 261
Equal Rights Amendment, 225, 323, 335, 337
Establishment Clause, First Amendment, 354
Ethiopia, 499
evangelicalism. See also Sunbelt evangelicalism
commercialization, 218–219
debate to define, 417n6
Graham, 86
Iran and, 87
phenomenon in public media, 86–87
politicization of American, 16
unbuckled look of Sunbelt, 219–221
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, 185, 525
evangelical press
abortion debate, 557–560
Christianity Today, 554–555
coverage of 2008 election, 560
future, 561–562
history of publications, 552–554
magazines, 554–557
Sojourners, 555–556
WORLD magazine, 556–557
Evangelical Press Association (EPA), 71, 557
Evans, John, 195
Evening Star, 57
evolution
Darwin, 348, 349
Tennessee v. Scopes, 349–351
two sides, 351–354
Examiner, Tory, 119
exoticism, Muslims, 233
eye-black messages, Tebow, 415, 419n54
Facebook, 101, 153
Fairchild, Joy H., 42
Fairness Doctrine, 352
Faith & Reason blog, 163
fake news, late-night comedy, 97–98
Falwell, Jerry, 14, 88, 323, 324, 378
Moral Majority, 324, 334, 337, 340–341
urging crackdown against AIDS, 381–384
visit to South Africa, 498
family, Mormon focus, 245–246
Farrakhan, Louis, 392, 398, 399
Farrow, Mia, 264, 266
father of religion journalism, Bennett, 37, 39–40
fatwas, Iran, 84
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), 143, 144, 305
Federal Communications Commission (FCC), 161, 352
Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America, 130
Federalists, Adam, 319
Federated Council of Churches, 67
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), 221, 408
Feminism, Mormonism, 249–250
Fielding, Henry, 118
Fields, Sadie, 326
Financial Times, 234
Finley, John Huston, 61n6
Finney, Charles, 44
Finster, Howard, 423
First Things, 532
Fiske, Edward, 193, 220, 223
Fitna, Wilders, 456–457, 460
Flag Land Base, 309
Flory, Richard, 83, 366
Flynn, George, 295
Focus on the Family, 416
Foley, Archbishop John, 148
Folio, 174
Fonda, Jane, 429
Foo, Wong Chin, 277
food storage programs, Mormons, 246
football and Christianity
central narratives, 406–407
Deford and Christian athletes, 405, 410–413
evangelical endorsements, 408–410
evangelical narratives and masculinity, 413–416
sports ministry, 405–406
television advertising, 407–408
foreign-language Jewish press, 541
Fort Hood, Texas
eulogy after shooting, 151–153
Wiccan rituals, 296–297
Fort Necessity, 28
Fortuyn, Pim, 455, 460, 461
Forward, 201, 202, 205, 541, 545
Fosdick, Harry Emerson, 53, 188
Fosie, Jack, 496, 498
Fox, Selena, 299
(p. 600) frame strategies, journalism, 57–59
Frankfurter, David, 291
Franklin, Benjamin
Autobiography, 114
colonial America, 28–30
religious principles, 33
Franklin, James, 114
Freedom Riders, 10
Freedom’s Journal, 579–580
French and Indian War, 28, 29–30, 33
Fresh Air, Gross, 102
Friedman, Thomas, 474
Fuller, Charles, 128
Fuller, Robert, 368
fundamentalism, 187
fundamentalist, label, 67
Fundamentalist Church of the Latter Day Saints (FLDS), 145–146, 252–253
The Fundamentals, 349
funeral mass, Pope John Paul II, 146–150
Fust, Johann, 118
Gallup, George, 189
Gallup Muslim-West Dialogue Index, 475
Gandhi, Mahatma, 9, 75, 260
Gans, Herbert, 4
Gates, David, 190
Gaustad, Edwin, 25, 246
gay marriage, Colbert, 104–105
gays and lesbians, 532
AIDS coverage, 379–381, 387–388
evangelicals, 225
mainline Protestants, 193–196
persecution, 503
religious Right, 323, 337, 338
Gaza flotilla (2010), 13, 471
Gazeta de Amsterdam, 538
Gedo Punks, Buddhism, 286–287
Gemeinschaft und Gesellschaft, Tönnies, 84
Genack, Menachem, 202, 206
Genocide, Rwanda, 499–503
George Foster Peabody Awards, 574
Gere, Richard, 434n30
Gibson, Charles, 149
Gibson, Mel, 431–432
Gilgoff, Dan, 165
Gillis, James, radio, 129, 132
Gingrich, Newt, 324, 556
Ginsberg, Allen, 282
Givhan, Robin, 200
Glick, Daniel, 298
Globe and Mail, 234
Glorious Revolution of 1688, 118
Godfather, 201
God gap, Bush presidency, 326–328
Goldberg, Jeffrey, 545
Goldberg, Jonah, 328
Golden Rule Protestants, 532
Goldsmith, Oliver, 118
Goldstein, Michael S., 362
Goodavage, Maria, 295
Goodman, Ellen, 327
Good News Movement, United Methodist Church, 190, 194
Goodstein, Laurie, 192, 194, 355–356
Gore, Al, 287
gospel, term, 5
Gould, Doug, 341
Gould, Stephen Jay, 353
Graham, Billy, 10, 72, 423, 424, 553, 554, 555
evangelicalism, 86, 188, 216, 221, 222
Jesus People, 220
Youth for Christ, 406
Grandin, Temple, 202
Grand Rapids Press, 163
Great Awakening, 553
Franklin, 29
personal relationship with God, 25–26
religious frame, 32–33
revolution, 31–32
Second, 37
Whitefield, 25, 28, 30, 33
The Greatest Story Ever Told, Oursler, 71
Great Meadows, Washington, 28
Great Society, 11
Greco-Roman history, 115–116
Greeley, Horace
New York Daily Tribune, 45, 46
“Prayer of Twenty Million,” 46
Green, Tom, 252
Gross, Larry, 380
Gross, Terry, Fresh Air, 102
Grossman, Cathy Lynn, 163
Gruson, Sydney, 367
Guantanamo Bay, Uighurs, 491–492
Guardian’s Office, 305
Gulf wars, 575
Gunaratne, Shelton, 124
Gunderson, Edna, 427
Guru Dev, 263
Gutenberg, Johann, 118, 175
Hacktivist, Anonymous, 306
Hadden, Briton, 176, 178
Hagee, John, 329
Haggard, Ted, 105
Haggis, Paul, 311–312
Hainer, Cathy, 293
Halberstam, David, 276, 283
Halbfinger, David, 325
Hall, Jerry, 424
Hall, Martha, 74
Halloween, 291, 294
Hangen, Tona J., 129
Hannah, Dave, 408–410
Hannity & Colmes, Fox News, 97
Hansen, Klaus, 248
Haq, Omar, 572
(p. 601) Haque, Umair, 165
haredi Jews, 200
haredim, 201, 202
Harpers, 9
Harrington, H. F., 58
Harris, Barbara Clementine, 191, 193
Harris, Benjamin, 34
Harris, Hamil R., 398
Harris, Martin, 248
Harrison, George, 260, 261, 266
Harry Potter, Rowling, 292–293
Harsanyi, David, 460
Hart, Hornell, 9, 49–51
Hartley, John, 99
Harvard Business Review, online site, 165
Hasan, Nikal Malik, Fort Hood shooting, 151
hashish, Nizaris, 236–237
hashishiyya, term for user of hashish, 236–237
Hasidic Jews, 200
hasidim, 201
Hauerwas, Stanley, 185
Havas Media, 165
Hawkins, Jeff, 310
Head, John, 297
Headley, Marc, 308
Hearst, William Randolph, 72
Hebrew Union College Journal, 543
Hedgepeth, William, 262, 271
Hedges, Chris, 527
Heflin, James Thomas, 178
Heisman winner, Tebow, 415
Helpful Thoughts, 543
Henry, Carl F. H., 68
Herberg, Will, 85, 88
Herbers, John, 226
heresy trials, editorials, 52
Heritage Foundation, 532
Herzfeld, Shmuel, 206–207
Hinckley, Gordon B., 249, 250, 254
Hinduism, 260, 367, 422
Hindus, 10, 75
Hindu soap operas, 4
Hitler, Adolf, 69
HIV/AIDS, Africa, 503
Hoch, Paul, 412–413
Hodgson, Marshall, 234
Hoffman, Mark, 248–249
Hoffman, Shirl, 411
Hoke, Rev. James H., 588
Hollywood
Assassins, 238
films depicting witchcraft, 292–293
Witches in, 291
Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 119
Holocaust, 544
homosexuality
AIDS coverage, 379–381
Anglican Communion, 495
mainline Protestants, 192–196
mental illness, 380
Honey, Charles, 163
Hoover, Herbert, 178
horizontalization, religion, 90
Horn, Paul, 262, 263
hostage crisis, media coverage, 87
Houghton College, 558
Hourmann, Dr. Per, 500
Houston Chronicle, 163
Houston Post, 56–57
How Football Explains America, Paolantonio, 410
Hoynes, William, 423
Hubbard, L. Ron, 303, 304–305, 312, 313
Huckabee, Mike, 12, 253, 254, 328, 329
Hudson, Rock, 382–383
Huffington Post, 165, 208, 402n19
Hughes, John, 43, 44
Hugo, Philo, 29
Humphrey, Hubert, 531
Hunt, Nelson Bunker, 218
Hunter, Reverend Joel, 103
Huntington, Samuel, 476
Hussein, Saddam, 234, 284, 473
Hutchins, Robert, 76, 173
Hutchinson, Paul, 69
Hutu and Tutsi people, Rwanda, 499–503
iconography, Christian, 174–175
Ignatius, David, 476
illiberal secularism, 463
Illume, 574–575
imaginary, individual and collective, 442, 451n4
immigrant religions, 89
immigration
analysis of coverage, 457, 459–463
religion and, 454–456
study methodology, 457, 458
Wilders, 453, 456–457
Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, 278
Immigration and Naturalization Act of 1965, 367
impartiality, journalism, 366
India, 475
Indian, Chief Red Jacket, 45
Indian religions, 259–260
Indonesia, 475
Industrial Age, 121
infotainment, celebrity, 425–426
Innis, Harold, 115
Institute for Religion and Democracy (IRD), 190–191, 195, 529, 532
institutional strategies, journalism, 54–57
intelligent design. See creation science
International Association of Scientologists (IAS), 307
Internet
campaign of 2008, 328–330
Neo-Pagan/Wiccan presence, 298–299
religion coverage, 124
(p. 602) intertextuality, 231
Iowa, Rubashkin trial, 203–205
Iran
evangelicalism and, 87
fatwas, 84
Iranian Revolution, 575
Iraq, 573
Iraq War, 456, 473, 475
irreverence, rise of, 106–108
Irwin, Will, 123
Islam. See also Muslims
American newspaper coverage, 469–477
Assassins as perfect evil enemy, 237–239
generic notions about, 232
jihad, 15
Nation of, 17
news coverage after 9/11, 16, 231
terrorism, 4, 471–472
terrorist typology, 233–234
Wilders, 453, 456–457
Islamophobia, 395, 492, 573
Ismailis, Nizari, 234, 235
Israel-Hezbollah war (2006), 474–475
Israeli-Palestinian conflict, 16
Israelite, 540
Israel-Palestine, 534
Ivie, Robert, 230
Ivins, Molly, 246
Jackson, Andrew, 120
Jackson, Jesse, 323
Jackson, Michael, 428, 429
Jackson, Nancy, 266
Jackson, Rev. Jesse, 498
Jacoby, Jeff, 201
Jagger, Mick, 424
Jantz, Anneka, 42, 48n8
Japan, atom bomb, 69
Jarvis, Henry, 8
Jason, Don, 303
Jefferson, Thomas, 120, 319, 327, 330
death of Adams and, 171, 173, 182
Jeffress, Robert, 328
Jeffs, Warren, 145, 252–253
Jehl, Douglas, 473
Jesus, role of text in Christianity, 116–117
Jesus People, California, 219–220
Jew, 538
Jewish Advocate, 543, 546
Jewish Chronicle, 539
Jewish Exponent, 207
Jewish Frontier, 543
Jewish Ideas Daily, 547
Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles, 547
Jewish press. See also American Jewish Press
Foreign-language, 541
history of Jewish journalism, 538–539
self-censorship, 543
Jewish Record, 541
Jewish Student Press Service (JSPS), 545
Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA), 544, 546, 547
Jews, 65. See also Orthodox Judaism
bad behavior and chilul haShem, 199–201
Middle East news coverage, 470–471
jihad, Islamic struggle, 15
John Birch Society, 339
John Hertel Company, 587
Johnson, Ervin “Magic”, 377–378, 386
Johnson, Lyndon, 180
Johnson, Samuel, 118
Johnson, Sonia, 247
Johnson, Wallace, 218
John Templeton Foundation, 164
Jolie, Angelina, 432
Jones, Ernest, 122
Jones, Jeffrey P., 99
Jones, Jim, 14, 305
Jones, John E., 357
Jonesboro Sun, 298
Jonestown murder-suicides, 144, 294, 296, 305
journalism
American, covering Islam, 469–477
constructing, 56–57
framing strategies, 57–59
institutional strategies, 54–57
newspaper, as neo-Durkheimian, 365–367
objectivity, 347–349
professional status, 59–60
religion, and capitalism, 117–119
religion challenging, 83–85
religious, at Syracuse University, 72
strategies, 54–59
Journalist, 55, 56, 58, 60
journalists
conservative scholars, 125n5
contemporary Columbus, 444–450
exclusivist understanding of Christianity, 439–440
liberal, 122–123
Progressive-era, 9
scientific method, 357–358
Journalist’s Creed, 11, 58
A Journal of the Plague Year, Defoe, 113
journals, 55
Judaism, 395, 471, 540. See also Orthodox Judaism
The Jungle, Sinclair, 205
Kadeer, Rebiya, 485–486, 487
Kagame, Paul, 502–503
Kaleem, Haweed, 165
Kalman, Matthew, 431
Karam, Najwa, 430–431
Karpf, Rev. Ted, 385
Katz, Elihu, 147
Katzav, Moshe, 150
Kauffman, Christina, 357
Kelley, Jack, 428
Kellogg, Vernon, 53
Kennedy, Bobby, 352
(p. 603) Kennedy, Edward, 559
Kennedy, John, While England Slept, 180
Kennedy, John F., 10, 77, 253, 321–322
assassination, 391, 393, 399
Kennedy, Joseph, 180
Kerouac, Jack, 282
Kerr, Peter, 17
Kerry, John, 326, 327, 530
Keshet, Keren, 547
Khatami, Mohammad, 150
Khomeini, Ayatollah, 234
kiddush haShem, glorifying God’s name, 199
kidnapping, Smart, 251–252
Kimball, Spencer W., 246, 249
King, Rev. Martin Luther, Jr., 323, 392
assassination, 352
civil rights movement, 10, 498
Clergy and Laity Concerned About Vietnam (CALCAV), 187
Kingston, David, 252
Kinsella, James, 381, 382
Kinsey, Alfred, 379
Kinsley, Philip, 350
Kirkpatrick, David, 192, 330
Kitzmiller v. Dover, 348, 351, 355, 357–358
Kneeland, Douglas, 219
Knipe, Rev. William, 502
Knippers, Dianne, 190
Know-Nothing Party, 320–322
Korean War, 74
Koresh, David, 14, 142–146, 290
kosher, definition, 202
Kosner, Edward, 173–174
Krattenmaker, Tom, 415, 416
Kristof, Nicholas, 476–477
Ku Klux Klan, 66, 337
laissez-faire racism, 395–399, 400
Lama, Dalai, 14
Landau, Jacob, 544
“Land of Promise,” America, 24
Landry, Tom, 216, 221, 405
Lapham, Lewis H., 265, 266, 271
Larry King Live, Hinckley, 250
The Last Temptation of Christ, 428
Las Vegas Jewish Reporter, 546
Latin American Episcopal Conference (CELAM), 445, 446
Latin American religion
contemporary Columbus, 444–450
exclusivist understanding of Christianity, 439–440
letters of Columbus, 442–444
liberation theology, 448, 516–518
mosaic, 440–441
North American journalists, 441–442
papal visits as reflection of, 445–447
papal visits as understanding, 447–450
Latino Pentecostalism, 90
Latter-day Saints (LDS). See Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Lawrence, T. E., 469
Lear, Norman, 337
Ledyard, John, 469
Lee, Spike, 399
Leek, Sybil, 299
Leeser, Isaac, 539
Left Behind, 394, 527
legacy, Bennett, 46–47
legacy press, religion, 14
Leggett, Rev. Gene, 193
Lennon, John, 266, 271
Lerner, Michael, 524
Letterman, David, 101
Leveritt, Mara, 289, 290
Levine, Daniel H., 441
Levine, Noah, 287
Lewin, Nathan, 202
Lewis, Bernard, 238, 471
Lewis, Carl, 423
Lewis, Sinclair, 100
Lewis, Tom, 131
Lexis/Nexis archive, Moral Majority, 333, 342n5
liberal journalist, marketing, media criticism and, 122–123
liberal pluralism, press freedom, 82, 91
liberal religion
accusations for silencing victims, 530–534
book sales, 527–528
mainline denominations, 528–530
mainline protestant press, 523–524
periodicals, 525–527
Protestant decline, 534–535
liberation theology, 448, 516–518
Liebes, Tamar, 146
life, news fitting everyday, 101–102
Life, 69
art, history and news, 173
Luce, 9
religious authority, 179–180
“The Year of the Guru,” 261
life cycle rituals, 424
LifeWay Research survey, 475
Lincoln, Abraham, 43
Lindsell, Harold, 555
Lindsey, Robert, 248
Ling, Laura, 481
Lippman, Thomas W., 470
Lippmann, Walter, 11, 13, 353
Lipschutz, Pinchos, 209, 210
Lipsky, Seth, 545
Little Lutheran, 525
liturgy, Vatican II, 514
Lomax, Louie, 396
Lombardi, Vince, 412
London, Jack, 121
Long, Bishop Eddie, 504
Look, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, 262–264
(p. 604) Los Angeles Times, 190
AIDS at 30, 387–388
AIDS coverage, 378–379
AIDS from blood transfusion, 386–387
Falwell and AIDS crackdown, 381–384
“Insolent People Without Attractive Characteristics,” 278–279
Uighurs, 484
women in ministry, 191
Love, Mike, 266
Lubavitcher Hasidic movement, 201, 207
Lubinsky, Menachem, 207
Luce, Clare Boothe, 74, 176, 179
Luce, Henry, 9, 74, 76, 173, 176, 188, 196, 484–485
Lule, Jack, 123
Luther, Martin, 117–118
The Lutheran, 525, 527
Lutheran News Bureau, 71
Lutheran Women Today, 525
lynch mob syndrome, 295
Lyon, Robert, 540
McCain, John, 329, 560
McCarthy, Colman, 190
McCarthy, Joseph, 76
McCartney, Bill, 414–415
McCartney, Paul, 266
McClain, Rev. William B., 398
McClanen, Don, 408–410
McCloud, Sean, 17, 291
McClure, Samuel Sidney, 9
McClure’s, 9
McCorkel, Henry, 70
McCullough, David, 171, 182
McGovern, George, 531
Machen, J. Gresham, 53
McKay, David O., 245
McKernon, Edward, 59
MacLaine, Shirley, 422
McLean v. Arkansas, 348, 354, 357–358
McLuhan, Marshall, 115
McMartin Preschool, Satanic ritual abuse, 295
McPherson, Lisa, 309
McWilliams, Carey, 225–226
“God factor” in politics, 222
The Nation, 217–218
Madigan, Charles, 247
Madison, James, 120
Madoff, Bernie, 200
Madonna, 14, 424, 427, 428, 429
magazines, evangelical press, 554–557
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
celebrity, 270–272
first impressions, 261–262
Look magazine, 262–264
Orientalist reference, 268–270
Saturday Evening Post, 264–268
Spiritual Regeneration Movement, 259–261
Maher, Bill, 101, 106
Mahony, Archbishop Roger, 383–384
mainline Protestants
clergy activism, 189–190
demographic crisis, 188–189
gay or lesbian ministers, 195–196
homosexuality, 192–196
money and membership, 189–191
news media, 186–188
Newsweek, 185, 185–186
same-sex marriage, 194, 196
women in ministry, 191–192
Malcolm X, 391, 393, 399
controversy, 394
laissez-faire racism, 395–399
Malone, Dudley Field, 351
Mandela, Nelson, 499
Manifest Destiny, concept, 25
Mann, Jonathan, 150
Manson, Charles, 292
Many, Nancy, 308
marketing, liberal journalist, 122–123
marriage, Mormons and Proposition 8, 254–256
Martin, Joel, 144
Marty, Martin, 527
masculinity, football and Christianity, 413–416
Mason, Belinda, 387
Massachusetts, radio, 127–129
Massachusetts colony, Puritans, 114–115
mass journalism, Pulitzer, 8
Mather, Cotton, 469
Matthews, Marjorie, 191
Matthews, Robert, 45
Matthias, Prophet, 45
Matzke, Nick, 355
Mauss, Armand, 243
Mbangs family, South Africa, 497, 498
Meachem, John, 173
media
blogs filling gaps, 164–165
conservative scholars, 125n5
The Media and the Rwandan Genocide, 500
media criticism, marketing, and liberal journalist, 122–123
Media Events: The Live Broadcasting of History, Dayan and Katz, 147
memory. See also television news
collective, 141–142
Mencken, H. L., 53, 100, 347, 350, 351, 356
Menorah Journal, 543
Merton, Thomas, 179
Message International, 571
Methodist Episcopal Church, 580, 581
Metropolitican Community Churches (MCC), 193
Miami Herald, 165
Middle East, news coverage, 470–471
Midstream, 543
militainment, 425
(p. 605) Miller, Charles Ransom, 61n6
Miller, Dennis, 101
Miller, Loren, 237
Millikan, Robert, 53
Milton, John, Areopagitica, 82, 119
Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction (MBSR), 287
Mindlich, David, 99
Mindszenty, Cardinal József, 178
Minerva & Mercantile Evening Advertiser, 319
Minkoff, David, 309
Minsky, Louis, 66, 68, 69
Miscavige, David, 305, 309
Mission Impossible, 307
Misskelley, Jesse, 289
Mitchell, Brian David, 252
Mitchell, Scott, 423
Mobuto, Joseph, 284
Modean, Eric, 71
Monk, Maria, episodes of, 41
monkey trial, Tennessee v. Scopes, 347
Moore, Bishop Paul, 384
moral leadership, clergy, 8
Moral Majority, 11, 553
fall of, 340–341
Falwell, 324, 334, 337, 340–341
media framing goals and tactics, 336–340
rise of, 334–336
Moral War, 40, 121
Moran, Terry, 149
Mormons, 14. See also Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
media coverage, 243, 244–245
2002 Olympics, 17, 250–251
Smith, 43
Utah, 44
Morning Edition, Uighurs, 487
Morrison, Charles, 526, 555
Mount Carmel Center, Waco, Texas siege, 142–146
Mouw, Richard, 159
Moxon, Kendrick, 306
Moyers, Bill, 394, 398, 527
Muhammad, Elijah, 396
Muhammad, prophet, 234, 235, 572
Mukkaled, Diana, 474
Mundelein, George Cardinal, 177
Munemori, Sadao S., 282
Munsey’s, 9
Murchison, Clint, 221
murder. See Wicca
Murdoch, Rupert, 161
Murphy, Caryle, 496
Murrow, Edward R., 425
Muslimette Magazine, 572
Muslim Link, 571
Muslim Media Network, 571
Muslim press
Al Jumuah Magazine, 571
Al-Talib, 570
American Muslim, 571
Azizah Magazine, 572–574
beginnings of American, 566–568
challenges, 569–570
contemporary, 570–576
Illume, 574–575
Muslim Quarterly (MQ), 572–573
new Americans and, 568–569
Muslim Quarterly (MQ), 572–573
Muslims, 10, 75, 393, 395. See also Assassins; Uighurs
American, 89
American newspaper coverage, 469–477
Assassins as perfect evil enemy, 237–239
Canadian and American news media, 456
cultural shaping of news, 230–231
Disneyland, 105–106
Fort Hood shooting, 151
Islamic terrorist, 233–234
medieval “Assassins,” 230
news coverage after 9/11, 16, 229, 231
stereotypes, 230, 231–234, 460
Muslim states, 475
Muslim terrorist, 470
Muthee, Thomas, 329
MX missile system, Utah and Nevada, 247–248
Nader, Ralph, 531
Namath, Joe, 412
Narconon, 305
Nast, Thomas, 177
The Nation, McWilliams, 217–218
National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), 132–133
National Association of Evangelicals, 68
National Baptist Convention, 581
National Broadcasting Company (NBC), radio, 130
National Catholic Reporter
Catholic press, 510–511
liberation theology, 517–518
Vatican II, 512–515
National Catholic War Council (NCWC), 509
National Catholic Welfare Conference News Service, 509
National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 362, 370
National Conference for Christians and Jews (NCCJ), 66
National Council of Churches (NCC), 10, 73, 189, 529, 555
National Geographic, Mormon family, 245
National of Islam, 399
National Organization for Marriage (NOM), 104, 105, 110n37
National Public Radio (NPR), 402n19
All Things Considered, 486
Tell Me More, 206
Uighurs, 486–487
National Religious Publicity Council, 75
(p. 606) National Religious Radio Committee, 130, 131
Nation of Islam, 17, 393, 394
Farrakhan, 398
Malcolm X, 395–396
Nehru, Jawaharlal, 260
Nelson, Mariah Burton, 409, 414
neoconservative worldview, 533
Neo-Paganism
news sites, 298–299
Wicca, 290, 292
Neo-Pentecostalism, 223, 224
Netherlands
immigration, 454–456
Wilders, 453, 456–457
Networks, religion policies, 131
Neuhaus, Richard John, 533
New Age spiritualities, 88–89, 370
New Christian Right, Moral Majority, 334–336
New Muslim Cool, 574
news
changing definition, 98–100
everyday life, 101–102
gathering for religion, 14–15
news media
cultural shaping, 230–231
mainline Protestant, 186–188
sexual matters, 192–196
newspaper journalism
coverage of Islam, 469–477
neo-Durkheimian, 365–367
newspapers
obligation to society, 8
religion sections and online, 163
Revolutionary War, 7
Newsweek, 69, 73
art, history and news, 173
images, 175
mainline Protestants, 185–186
religious authority, 181–182
“year of the evangelical,” 11, 215, 217
newsweekly
art, history and news, 173–175
Life, 179–180
Newsweek, 181–182
religious authority, 176–182
symbolic death of, 172–173
Time, 177–182
New Voices, 545
New World, Puritanism, 24–25, 30
New York Daily Tribune, Greeley, 45, 46
New York Enquirer, Webb, 39
New York Herald
Bennett, 7, 38
critical news and commentary, 41–44
religion news in, 40–41
New York Sun, 38, 120
New York Times, 60, 73
AIDS coverage, 378–379
decline in religion reporting, 50
editorial board, 61n6
editorials, 51, 69
homosexuality, 379–381
Sunday sermons, 45
survey, 15–16
traditional to modern religion, 51–54
women in ministry, 191
New York World, 57, 59
Niebuhr, Gustav, 194
Niebuhr, Reinhold, 9, 69, 187, 188, 527
Nieman Reports, “God in the Newsroom,” 3
Niemoller, Martin, 145
Nigeria, 499
Nightline, 87, 148
Niles Weekly Register, 45
nineteenth century, religion and news, 7–8, 44–46
Nixon, Richard, 216, 531
Nizari Ismailis, Shia Muslims, 234
Nizaris
death leap legend, 236
Iran and Syria, 235
Noah, Mordecai, 42
Nobel Peace Prize (1984), Tutu, 497
Nord, David Paul
legacy journalism, 6
news, 24
religious publications, 7
normative view, religion news, 82, 83
Norris, Frank, 121
Norris, Michel, 398
North Star, Douglass, 580
Norton, William Bernard, 67
Novak, Michael, 215, 512
Novik, Jack, 354
Nylen, Robert, Beliefnet, 158–159
Oakes, Effie, 454
Obama, Barack, 152, 329, 397, 432, 475, 530, 531, 532, 559, 560
objectivity
editorials, 68
journalism, 347–349, 353, 366
journalist’s scientific method, 357–358
Occident and American Jewish Advocate, 538–539, 540
occult. See Wicca
Ochs, Adolph, 544
O’Connor, Cardinal John, 383
O’Connor, Sinead, 424
O’Donnell, Paul, 160
Ogden, Rollo, 61n6
Oklahoma, Sharia law and Colbert, 105–106
Okrent, Daniel, 473
Olajuwon, Hakeem, 423
Olasky, Marvin, 556, 559
Olasky, Susan, 557
Olcott, Henry Steel, 277
Old Fashioned Revival Hour, Fuller, 128
(p. 607) Old Testament, 24–25, 31–32
Olson, James, 408
Olympics Winter Games (2002), Salt Lake City, 16, 250–251
Omaha World-Herald, Witchcraft, 296
Omi, Michael, 394
On Being, Tippett, 138, 166, 527
Ong, Walter, 115
online
audiences, 162–163
Beliefnet, 158–162
blogs, 164–165
new business plans, 165–167
newspaper religion sections, 163
religion news, 157–158
Operation Sea Arrrgh, 307
Opium Wars, 278
Oprah Winfrey Show, 431, 432
Oral Roberts University, 223, 561
O’Reilly, Bill, 425–426
Oriard, Michael, 406, 412
Orientalism, Said, 231–232
Orientalist
divide of India and West, 260
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, 268–270
Orthodox Judaism
Agriprocessors story, 200, 205–209
chilul haShem, 199–201
nonkosher exposure, 202–203
trial for Rubashkin in Iowa, 203–205
Osmond family, Donny & Marie, 246
Ostling, Richard, 189, 192, 195
Othello, Shakespeare, 233
Oursler, Fulton, 71
Our Sunday Visitor, Catholic press, 510
The Outlook, 9
Overton, Judge William, 352, 354
Pabakaro, Ahjun, 285
Pacelli, Eugenio, 177
Packer, George, 474
Paine, Thomas, 33, 120
Pakistan, 475, 573
Palin, Sarah, 329, 425
Palmo, Rocco, 157–158, 164
Panda’s Thumb, Matzke, 355
Paolantonio, Sal, 410, 413
papal visits, Latin America, 445–450
Park, Robert, 123
Parker, Everett C., 187
Parks, Gordon, 180
Parsley, Rod, 329
Party for Freedom (PVV), Wilders, 456
The Passion of the Christ, Gibson, 431
Patel, Eboo, 398
Patterson, Grove, 72
Paul, apostle, role of text in Christianity, 116–117
Peale, Norman Vincent, 71
Penny Press, 37, 38, 120, 320, 538
Bennett, 121
religion coverage, 7–8
Pentacle Quest, 299
Pentecostalism, 3, 17, 187, 223
Latin America, 441
Latino, 90
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), 202
People’s Christian Coalition, 555
People’s Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD), Wilders, 456
People’s Republic of China, 483, 485
Pepsi, 427
Peretti, Frank, 426
periodicals, liberal religion, 525–527
Peters, John Durham, 123
Pettit, Robert, 49
Pew Forum, 164, 165, 392
Pew Internet Project, 162
Pew Research Center, 97, 475
Pew Research Center for the People and the Press (2007), 163
Phillips, Kevin, 217
The Piece of Blue Sky, Atack, 308
Pieters, Rev. Steve, 387
pillarization, Dutch model, 455
Pinnock, Elder Hugh, 249
Pittsburgh Steelers, 221
Pitzl-Waters, Jason, The Wild Hunt blog, 291, 298
Plain Dealer, 68
Planned Parenthood Federation of America, 341
Plato, 116
Polanski, Roman, 291–293
politainment, 425
political players, conservatives, 11
political satire, religious commentary, 100–101
politics. See American politics
polygamy, 145
Mormons, 243
persistence of, 251–253
Pope Benedict XVI, 173, 445–447, 449, 519
Pope John Paul I, 182
Pope John Paul II, 182
funeral mass, 146–150, 155n38
Latin America visit, 445–447, 449
Rwanda, 501–502
visit to Africa, 497–498, 499
Pope John XXIII, 513, 516
Pope Paul VI, 182, 445–447, 449, 514
Pope Pius XI, 177, 181
Popper, Nathaniel, 202, 205
popular memory, religion, 10
Porterfield, Amanda, 426
Postmodernism, 124
Postville: A Clash of Cultures in Heartland America, Bloom, 202
Power of Positive Thinking, Peale, 71
Power Shift, Sale, 217–218
(p. 608) Praise the Lord (PTL) network, Bakker, 224
Pratt, Theodore B., 75
Pravda, 234
Presbyterian Church USA, 14, 185
Presbyterian Laymen’s Committee, 190
Presbyterian Life, McCorkel, 70
Presbyterian Outlook, 525
Presbyterians Today, 525, 528
Presley, Elvis, 424
Preston, Jett Travolta, 424
Preston, Kelly, 308
Princeton Theological Seminary, 179
printing press, colonial America, 26–27
print media
blogs filling gaps, 164–165
Darwin, newspaper and waning religion coverage, 121–122
Jesus, Paul and Christianity, 116–117
marketing, media criticism and liberal journalist, 122–123
postmodernism, digitization and Internet, 124
religion, journalism and capitalism, 117–119
religion, secularism and Enlightenment, 119–120
Western history, 115–116
Project Chanology, 307, 313
Project for Excellence in Journalism (PEJ), 98, 160, 161, 164, 165
Promised Land
Great Awakening, 26
Hebrews of Old Testament, 24–25
Promise Keepers, McCartney, 414–415
Proposition 8, 254–256
Protestantism, 31, 65, 67, 553. See also mainline Protestants
colonial Americans, 23
label, 187–188
social events of establishment, 85–86
white “Protestant” bias, 399
Protestant Reformation, 117–118
Pry, Paul, 58
Publick Occurrences, Harris, 34
public media, evangelicalism, 86–87
public school curriculum, theology, 43
Pulitzer, Joseph, 8, 365
Purcell, Kristen, 162
Purification Rundown, 308
Puritan beliefs
Defoe, 113
Massachusetts colony, 114–115
Puritanism
American mindset, 35n6
Great Awakening, 32–33
New World, 24–25, 30
The Purpose Driven Life, Warren, 502–503
Putney, Clifford, 407
Qadhafi, Muammar, 234
Quang Duc, Thich, 283–284
Quill, 55, 56, 57, 58, 60
Quran, 565
race and religion
laissez-faire racism, 395–399
news coverage, 393–395
varying coverage by religion, 399–401
race relations, color blindness, 222
racial segregation, South African apartheid, 496–499
racism, Buddhism, 278
Rader, Paul, 130
radio
Adventure in Science, 349
Corwin, 133–137
religion news, 127–138
religious broadcasting, 130–132
Raelians, 14
Raschke, Carl, 290
Rathbun, Marty, 309
Rather, Dan, 97
Ratner, Jon, 271
Raymond, Jade, 238–239
Read, David H. C., 188
Reader’s Digest, 189, 190
Reader’s Guide to Periodical Literature, Hart, 9, 49
Reagan, Ronald, 225, 323, 517, 533
Reality, representation and, 4
Reconstructionist, 543
redaction, 99
Redeeming the Dial, Hangen, 129
Red Jacket, Seneca Chief, 45
Reed, Ralph, 324–326
Reformation, Luther, 175
Reform Movement in American Judaism, 540
Rehabilitation Project Force (RPF), 309
RELEVANT Magazine, 561–562
religion
challenging journalism, 83–85
culture and, 426, 434n21
defining, mediating and covering, 13–17
definition, 15
immigration in Britain and U.S., 454–456
news gathering, 14–15
restructuring American, 88–90
reviving, 85–91
role of news values in covering, 16–17
“so what” question, 17–18
Religion & Ethics, 166
religion and news
colonial America, 5–6
nineteenth century, 7–8
twentieth century, 9–13
religion and politics, 42–43
Bush presidency and God gap, 326–328
campaign of 2008 and new media, 328–330
Catholic beat, 320–322
church and state separation, 319–320
Constitution, 319
(p. 609) Faith-based politicking, 323–325
Mormons, 247–249
religious right, 322–326
religion and science, evolution and creation, 351–354
religion coverage, Internet, 124
Religion Dispatches, 164, 527
religion in Africa
ethnic conflicts, 499–503
reporting, 495–496
Rwandan genocide, 499–503
South Africa’s apartheid, 496–499
untapped stories of, 503–504
religion journalism
aftermath of 9/11 attack, 81, 89, 91–92
Bennett, 37, 39–40
liberal-pluralist ideal, 82, 91
restructuring, 89
religion news
aftermath from 9/11 attack, 81
editorial independence, 68
legitimization, 73–76
normative view, 82
professionalization, 69
radio, 127–138
turning point, 70–72
values for early vision, 65–67
Religion News Service (RNS), 66, 68, 75, 158, 166
Religion Newswriters Association (RNA), 66, 70, 74
Religion Newswriters Foundation, 166
religion reporting
ethics and responsibilities, 76–77
New York Times, 51–54
trends, 50
Religious America, Secular Europe, Berger, Davie and Oakes, 454
religious authority, newsweeklies, 176–182
religious commentary, political satire and, 100–101
religious liberty
Bennett, 7
Vatican II, 515–516
religious life, news of everyday, 44
religious Right, American politics, 322–326
Religulous, Maher, 101
Renneisen, Bob, 297
Reno, Janet, 143
Republican Party, 107, 178
Republican Revolution, Gingrich, 324
Research, religion and media studies, 4–5
Reston, James, 365–366, 369–370
Revolutionary War, newspapers, 7
Reynolds, G. W. M., 122
Rich, Frank, 104
Richardson, James T., 296
Riesman, David, 282
Righter, Bishop Walter, 193
Rinder, Mike, 309
Rituals, life cycle, 424
Riverside Church, 382
Roberts, Cokie, 148
Roberts, Oral, 216
Roberts, Randy, 408
Robertson, Pat, 88, 324, 378, 532
Robinson, Rev. V. Gene, 193–194
Rockower Awards for Excellence in Journalism, 545
Roe v. Wade, 557, 558, 559, 560
Rogers, Kathryn, 294
Roig-Franzia, Manuel, 325
Rojek, Chris, 421–422, 426
Roman Catholic Church, 14, 65, 70, 157
clergy sexual abuse, 88, 172
funeral mass of Pope John Paul II, 146–150
Kennedy, 10, 77
Latin America, 440
papal visits to Latin America, 445–450
politics, 320–322
public influence, 174
public voice, 84
television, 141
Roman Catholicism. See Latin American religion
Roman Catholic Press Association, 70
Roman history, 115–116
“Roman menace,” cartoons, 177
Romero, Archbishop Oscar, 517
Romney, George, 253
Romney, Mitt, 253–254, 328
Roof, Wade Clark, 364
Roosevelt, Theodore, 425
Roseanne, 429
Rosemary’s Baby, 291–293
Rosenblatt, Gary, 545
Rosenthal, Abe, 380
Rosetta Stone, 24
Rowe, Laurel, 294
Rowling, J. K., 292–293
Rubashkin, Sholom
Agriprocessors, 200–201
Jewishness, 200, 210
media outside Iowa, 205–209
nonkosher exposure, 202–203
trial in Iowa, 203–205
Rubin, Neil, 542
Rwandan genocide, 499–503
Rwandan Patriot Front, 501
Ryan, Leo, 144
Ryan, Sister Romana Marie, 386–387
Saatchi & Saatchi, 159
Safer, Morley, 189–190
Safire, William, 560
Said, Edward, 269, 471
Orientalism, 231–232, 273n20
Sainthood, Pope John Paul II, 146–150
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 71
St. Louis Star, 56
St. Petersburg Times, Scientology, 303, 308–312
(p. 610) Saint Peter’s Square, 149
Saladin, 234
Sale, Kirkpatrick, 217–218, 225
Salt Lake City
Hoffman, 248–249
2002 Olympics, 16
Salt Lake Tribune, 163
same-sex marriage
Colbert, 104–105
Proposition 8, 254–256
Sammon, Bill, 152
Sanchez, Raphael, 442
Sanchez, Rick, 109–110n23
Sandon, Leo, Jr., 365
“Saracens,” 229, 232
Saraswati, Brahmanda, 263
Satanic panic, 294–296
Satanism, 289. See also Wicca
new religions and, 294–296
rituals, 294–295
satire
news, 99
political, and religious commentary, 100–101
Saturday Evening Post, 264–268
Saturday Night Live, 97
Saudi Arabia, 470, 475
Sawyer, Diane, 98, 327
Scandal, religion, 422
The Scandal of Scientology, Cooper, 305
Scarborough, Joe, 327
Schorr, Daniel, 545
Schudson, Michael, 4, 8, 99
Schulte, Grant, 204–205
Science of Creative Intelligence, 261
scientific method, journalist’s, 357–358
Scientologists, 14
Scientology
baby delivery ritual, 424
celebrity religion, 424
founder, teachers, and history, 304–305
Hubbard, 303, 304–305
media coverage before 2009, 305–308
new world order, 312–313
publicity, 303–304, 312
St. Petersburg Times (2009), 303, 308–312
Scientology Missions International (SMI), 305
Scobee, Amy, 309
Scopes trial (1925), 9, 52–53, 65, 101, 122, 357–358, 528
Scopes, John, 53, 349–351
Scott, Jason, 306
Scripps, E. W., 349
Sea Organization (Sea Org), 305
Second Coming, Christians heralding, 7
Second Great Awakening, 37
Second Life, Buddhists, 14
Second Vatican Council. See Vatican II
secularism, religion, and influence of Enlightenment, 119–120
secularization, 87, 526
social theory, 87
term, 526
secular journalism, values, 14
secular media, 76
self-censorship, Jewish press, 543
Seligson, Chani, 208
Seljuk Empire, 235
Senzaki, Nyogen, 280–281
separation, church and state, 319–320, 321–322
September 11, 2001
Muslim portrayal after, 229, 231
religion journalism in aftermath, 81, 89, 91–92
World Trade Center, 13
Seventh Day Adventism, 144
sex abuse, clergy, 14
sex scandals, role of religion, 4
sexual abuse scandals, Catholic Church, 88, 172
sexual affairs, religion commentary, 41–42
Sexual Behavior in the Human Male, Kinsey, 379
sexual revolution, 378
sexual sensationalism, role of religion, 4
Shaffer, Jack, 172
Shafran, Rabbi Avi, 207
Shakespeare, William, Othello, 233
Shaku, Soyen, 279–280
Sharia law, Colbert, 105–106
Sharlet, Jeff, 524, 527, 532
Sheen, Bishop Fulton, 69, 71, 74, 178, 179
The Sheik, Hollywood, 233
Sherrill, Bishop Henry Knox, 73
Shia Muslims, 234
Shupe, Anson, 306
Sicarii, 237
Sigma Delta Chi, 55, 56, 57
Silk, Mark, 525, 533–534
Simon, Reeva, 233
Simpson, O. J., 500
Sinai, 541
Sinclair, Upton, 9, 205
Smalley, Joe, 408–409
Smart, Elizabeth, 251–252
Smith, Al, 178, 321–322
Smith, Joseph, 43, 244, 248
Smith, Ryan, 395
Smollett, Anthony, 118
Snydor, Calvin H., III, 589
social Darwinism, 349
social gospel, campaigns, 122–123
social justice, code words, 103
socially normative, religion news, 82
social network sites, 101–102
Social Responsibility of the Press, McCarthy, 76
social revolution, campus unrest, 85
Social Science Research Council, 164
social solidarity, 363, 364–365
Society for Professional Journalism, 56
Society for the Propagation of Christian Knowledge, 27
(p. 611) Socrates, 116
Sojourners, 555–556, 558, 559, 561
Soldier Readiness Center, Fort Hood shooting, 151
Somalia, 499
South Africa, apartheid, 495, 496–499
South African Anglican Church, Tutu, 196
Southern Baptists, election, 12
Southwestern Christian Advocate, 579–581, 589
advertising, 584–586
editorials, 582
selling consumer goods, 586–587
Speaking of Faith, Tippett, 137, 138, 166
Spellman, Cardinal Francis, 178
Spirituality, alternative medicine, 367–369
Spiritual Regeneration Movement
celebrities, 270–272
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, 259–261, 264–268
Sportianity, 410, 411, 413
Sportians, 405, 411
Sports Illustrated, 413
sports ministry, 405–406
Stamp Act, Boston Gazette, 30
standards of evidence, religion challenging, 83–84
Stark, Freya, 238
Starr, Ringo, 266
The State of the News Media, Project of Excellence in Journalism, 98
Staubach, Roger, 412
Stead, W. T., 122
Steele, Rev. Chris, 385
Steele, Richard, 114, 118
Steffens, Lincoln, 9, 122
Steinfels, Peter, 533–534
Stengel, Richard, 237
Stephen, Leslie, 52
stereotypes
negative and religious, 460
Muslims, 231–234
Sterling Management Systems, 306
Stewart, Frank, 67, 70
Stewart, Jon
The Daily Show, 97–98, 99, 100, 102, 106, 107
firing of Sanchez, 109–110n23
stockpiling, Mormonism, 246
Straganana, Karlyn, 295
Strang, Cameron, 561–562
Strang Communications, 561
Strauss, Charles T., 279–280
Student International Meditation Society (SIMS), 264
Submission, van Gogh, 455
Sullivan, Amy, 327–328
Sullivan, Andrew, 472
Sullivan, James L., 216
Sulzberger, Iphigene, 380
Sunbelt, concept, 217
Sunbelt evangelicalism
Americanization of Dixie, 225–226
born again, 215–216
confidence and exuberance, 219–221
“The New Ellis Island,” 221–225
phenomenon, 216–219
Sunni Muslims, Uighurs, 482
Supple, James O., 71, 74
Suzuki, D. T., 282
Swaggart, Jimmy, 324, 340
Swift, Jonathan, 118, 119
Swope, Herbert, 57, 59, 60
Syracuse University, religious journalism, 72
Tablet, 547
Taliban, 472
Tarbell, Ida, 9
Tate, Sharon, 292
Taylor, Charles, 363, 364–365, 368
Tea Party, 107
Tebow, Tim, 414–416, 419n54
televangelism
Graham, 86
Praise the Lord (PTL) network, 224
religious Right, 551
scandals of 1980s and 1990s, 87–88
television, sports coverage, 407–408
television news
collective memory, 141–142
Fort Hood eulogy, 151–153
funeral of Pope John Paul II, 146–150
Waco, Texas siege, 142–146
Tell Me More, NPR, 206
Tennessee v. Scopes, 347, 348, 349–351
terrorism, Islam, 4, 471–472
terrorist, Islamic, 233–234
The 700 Club, 104
theology, Mormons, 248–249
Theosophy movement, 277
Thomas, Isaiah, 25
Thomas, Lowell, 469
Thomas, Rev. R. T., 583
Thomas More Law Center, 354
Thompson, Hunter S., 366
Thoreau, Henry David, 276
Thussu, Daya, 425
Tibetan Buddhism, 424, 429, 434n30, 481
Tibetan Buddhist monks, 370
Tilivaldi, Sitiwaldi “Dilkex,” 481, 482
Tillich, Paul, 187, 188
Tilton, Elizabeth, 45
Time, 69, 73
art, history and news, 173–175
images, 175
“Is God Dead?” 10
“Religion: God’s Muscle,” 220
religious authority, 177–182
survey, 15
Uighurs, 484–486
“year of the evangelical,” 86, 189
Time Out New York, Colbert, 102
(p. 612) Tim Tebow Rule, 415, 419n54
Tinic, Serra, 106
Tippett, Krista, 137–138, 166, 527
Tobin, Thomas C., 303, 306, 308–311
Tocqueville, Alexis de
democratic society, 11, 82
newspapers, 120
pluralism, 7–8
Toledo Blade, 72
Tooley, Mark, 195
topoi, Muslim stereotypes, 230, 231–234, 525
Tower of Babel metaphor, 335, 341
training legend, Assassins, 236
Transcendental Meditation, 261, 269, 370
Travolta, Jett, 308, 424
Travolta, John, 308, 312
Trinity Episcopal Church, 42, 48n8
Trinity Sunday, 179
Trinity United Church of Christ, Wright, 394, 402n23
Tschoepe, Bishop Thomas, 384
Tule Lake War Relocation Center, 281–282
Turner, John, 409
Tutsi and Hutu people, Rwanda, 499–503
Tutu, Desmond, 196, 497–499
Twain, Mark, 100, 121, 523
twentieth century, religion and news, 9–13
Twitter, 101, 153
Uchitel, Rachel, 547
Uighurs
American press coverage of, 481–482
coverage after 9/11, 487–492
Eastern Turkistan Islamic Movement (ETIM), 488, 489–490
Guantanamo Bay, 491–492
Pre-9/11 coverage, 484–487
reporting challenges, 492–493
rich history, 482–484
Sunni Muslims, 482
United States and China, 489
War on Terror, 487, 490–491
Underwood, Douglas, 100
Union Book and Bible House, 587
Union Theological Seminary, 187
United Church of Christ (UCC), 185, 187
United Methodist Church (UMC), 189, 194
first woman bishop, 191
Good News Movement, 190, 194
Institute for Religion and Democracy (IRD), 195
mainline Protestant, 185, 186
United Press International (UPI), 353, 381
United States, religion and immigration, 454–456
United States Catholic Miscellany, publication, 509
University of Chicago, 76, 173, 187
University of Illinois, 58
University of Missouri, School of Journalism, 58, 62n38, 76–77
University of Pennsylvania, 186
University of Wisconsin, journalism, 54, 55, 62n38
Uphoff, Tony, Beliefnet, 159
USA Today, 158
U.S. Catholic
Catholic press, 510–511, 512
liberation theology, 516–518
Vatican II, 513–515
U.S. News and World Report, 172
Uwinkindi, Jean Bosco, 502
Van Driel, Barend, 296
van Gogh, Theo, 455, 456, 460, 461
Van Landen, Phil, 500
Van Zandt, Reverend, 41
Vatican, 84, 157
Vatican II, 510–511
Catholic press, 509, 513–514
collegiality in organization and structure, 514–515
ecumenism and religious liberty, 515–516
liturgy, 514
Pope John XXIII, 513
V for Vendetta, 307
Victor, Jeffrey, 294–295
Vietnam, 283–284, 534
Vietnam War, 11, 85–86, 187, 189, 352, 364, 382, 410, 412, 555
Village Voice, Dwoskin, 207–208
Virginia, “Land of Promise,” 24
Virginia Gazette, 29
The Voice of St. Jude, Catholic press, 511
Voltaire, 100, 120
Waco, Texas
media, 154n13
siege, 142–146, 290
Wainwright, Jonathan Mayhew, 42
Waldman, Steve, Beliefnet, 158–162
Walid, Imam Dawud, 470
Wallace, Mike, 396
Wallis, Jim, 555
Walters, Basil “Stuffy” L., 71
War on Terror, Chinese Uighurs, 487, 490–491
War Relocation Authority, 281–282
Warren, Rick, 424, 502–503
Washington, George, 28
Washington Post, 74
“On Faith,” 12
survey, 15–16
Washington Post Company, 181
Watanabe, Teresa, 293
Watergate scandal, 410, 545
Waterloo Courier, Rubashkin trial, 203, 205
Webb, Alexander, 573
Webb, James Watson, 39, 40
Weber, Max, 24, 114–115
Webster, Daniel, 171
Weiss, Roza, 209
(p. 613) welfare, Mormonism, 246
Wesley, Charles, 581
Wesley, John, 581, 585
West, Cornel, 527, 529, 530, 532
West, Diana, 459
Western history, religion and print, 115–116
West Memphis Three case, 289–291, 292, 299
While England Slept, Kennedy, 180
Whispers in the Loggia, Palmo blog, 157–158, 164
White, E. B., 134
White, William Allen, 9
Whitefield, George, 6, 25, 28, 30, 33
Wicca
Neo-Paganism, 90
new religions and Satanic panic, 294–296
recognition, 298–299
rituals at Fort Hood, 296–297
Satanism, 290–291
West Memphis Three case, 289–291, 292, 299
witch next door, 291–292, 297–298
Wilders, Geert, 453, 456–457
analysis of coverage, 457, 459–463
articles by newspaper, 457, 458
Wildmon, Rev. Donald, 427–428
Williams, Brian, 97
Williams, Walter, 58, 60, 62n37
Wills, David, 393
Wilson, Pamela G., 392
Winant, Howard, 394
Winfrey, Oprah, 430, 432, 435n37
Winston, Diane, 190, 528–530
Wise, Rabbi Isaac Mayer, 540, 544
Wise, Rabbi Stephen S., 542
Wisner, George, 38
witchcraft. See Wicca
The Witches of Eastwick (1987), 293
With Lawrence in Arabia, Thomas, 469
Wolfe, Tom, 366
women
mainline Protestant ministry, 191–192
Mormonism, 249–250
Woodhill, Victoria, 45
Woodhill and Claflin’s Weekly, 45
Woodward, Kenneth, 185, 190
Words Without Music, Corwin, 135, 137
WORLD magazine, 556–557, 558, 559, 561
World Council of Churches (WCC), 76, 189, 497, 529
World Trade Center, September 11, 2001, 13
World Uyghur Congress, 489, 494n32
World Vision, 553
World Vision, 561
World War II, 68, 69
Wright, Rev. Jeremiah, 329, 402n23
controversy, 394
laissez-faire racism, 395–399
YouTube, 391, 393
Wuthnow, Robert, 195, 286–287, 410
Wyszynski, Cardinal, 178
Xenophon, Nick, 312
Xinjiang, home of Uighurs, 482–484, 488, 491, 492
Yale Divinity School, 187
Yated Ne’eman, Lipschutz, 209, 210
Yoffe, Emily, Assassins, 234
Young, Brigham, 46, 244, 248
Young Israel, 543
Youth for Christ, Graham, 406
YouTube, 153, 156n45
Scientology, 303, 307, 313
Wright, 391, 393
Zeilingold, Rabbi Asher, 208–209
Zen Center of Los Angeles, 286, 287
Zionism, 540
Zionists. See also Orthodox Judaism
Jews behaving badly, 199–201
Zongmi, Guifeng, 286