onethingfaith We asked eleven of our sharpest local observers what they thought were the most important stories and trends of the year. From politics and music to faith, literature and film, they weigh in on the one thing that shaped 2012.

Provost at Claremont Lincoln University, Philip Clayton says the “birth of interreligious identity” is the one thing that impacted faith and religion in 2012, explaining that “the political implications are massive.”

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  • Karen Blankenship

    Boy what a concept. Hope his statement is true, for all of mankind.

  • sbj1964

    To quote Mark Twain " Faith is just a word people use for things they know are not true."All mankind would be better off without to debilitating delusional bronze age superstitions that have been a curse on humanity.The 3 desert faiths of the sandbox enslave people's minds to ignorance,superstition,and fear.