Amy Sullivan

Amy Sullivan is a contributing writer at TIME magazine, and author of the book The Party Faithful: How and Why Democrats are Closing the God Gap (Scribner, 2008). A Michigan native, she holds degrees from the University of Michigan and Harvard Divinity School. She writes about religion and politics for TIME, but no longer answers to the name "Bible Girl."

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Senator Scott Brown (R-Jerksville)

Let’s stipulate that Elizabeth Warren should not have responded when debate moderators asked her to comment on Scott Brown’s decision to pose in Cosmopolitan magazine years ago to pay for college. In fact, let’s stipulate that no candidate should ever comment on another candidate’s physical appearance, clothed or unclothed, or say …

Articles of Faith: Is Obama Really Losing His Jewish Support?

Tell me where you’ve heard this before: Jewish voters are unhappy with Barack Obama. He’s seen as insufficiently supportive of Israel. There are questions about whether he can win enough Jewish votes to carry key states.

If you guessed “during the 2008 Democratic primaries,” then ding, ding, ding! A loaf of raisin-studded challah for …

The White House Boys’ Club: President Obama Has a Woman Problem

Nearly every professional woman has had the experience of saying something in a meeting, receiving no response, and then listening as a male colleague offers the same thought or suggestion minutes later to great acclaim. The first time it happens, she feels slightly foolish and is a little unsettled. Did I say that out loud or just in my

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