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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He’s Baaaaack

Jeremiah Wright has been fairly quiet lately, giving just a handful of public addresses in the fall. But guess where he’ll be on January 20, while a certain ceremony is taking place in the nation’s capital? Just 90 miles down the road in Richmond.

Yes, on Inauguration Day, the good Rev. Wright will be giving the first of a series of …

Classy Indeed

Showing he’s still really good at thinking things all the way through, Blago has picked Roland Burris no doubt in part because he thinks Senate Democrats would have a tough time refusing to seat a man who would be the Senate’s only African-American member. He’s right to think they wouldn’t be thrilled about it. But they’re even less …

The New Kid

Many thanks to Karen for the kind welcome and introduction. I’m thrilled that the Higher-Ups have seen fit (read: gave into my begging) to let me join Swampland. And I look forward to jumping in with commentary and reporting on the major stories of the day.

But first things first. In addition to blogging about religion, politics, …

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