Sarah Pulliam Bailey
Sarah Pulliam Bailey runs the Washington Post’s religion column Acts of Faith, which covers how faith intersects with topics like politics, culture, education, and the environment. Previously, she was a national correspondent for the Religion News Service and worked as an online editor for Christianity Today where she co-founded Her.meneutics, an influential blog for women, with Katelyn Beaty. Bailey has interviewed hundreds of public figures, including Barack Obama, Condoleezza Rice, Mike Huckabee, Billy Graham, and Desmond Tutu. Bailey is a graduate of Wheaton College and is based in New York City.
Fact Checking ‘The Crown’: Queen Elizabeth’s Faith and Her Close Relationship with Preacher Billy Graham | article | Washington Post
Why Trump’s Trip to Israel Was So Crucial to His Evangelical Base | article | Washington Post
Why the Press Just Doesn’t ‘Get Religion’ | interview | The Gospel Coalition
Harnessing Haiti’s Football Fever | report | Christianity Today