Steven Waldman is the "Editor-in-Chief and co-founder of Beliefnet. Before that he was the National Editor of US News & World Report and before that the National Correspondent for Newsweek. He earlier served as editor of The Washington Monthly, an influential political magazine.
"Waldman also was senior advisor to the CEO of the Corporation for National Service, the government agency that runs AmeriCorps and other volunteer programs. He is the author of an acclaimed book titled The Bill about the passage of the AmeriCorps law, which is now a textbook in college courses around the U.S." 
By Steven Waldman
- "Religious Groups and Service. Challenging America's Faithful to Do More for the Community," The Brookings Review/Brookings Institution, Fall 2002.
- "How Prayers Poll. Debunking myths about the religious right," Slate, October , 2003.
- "Outlook: The Candidates on Religion," Washington Post, January 9, 2004.
- "The Candidates' Spiritual Path," Washington Post, January 11, 2004.
- "Keeping the Faith. Is the faith-based initiative too politicized?," Slate, June 16, 2004.
- "Religious, and Right. Faith belongs in politics," National Review Online, July 30, 2004.
- "Evangelicals for Bush. They love the president because he’s one of them," National Review Online, September 2, 2004.
- "Heaven Sent. Does God endorse George Bush?," Slate, September 13, 2004.
- "Why Americans Hate Democrats—A Dialogue. Let's talk about faith." Slate, November 5, 2004.
- "Righteous Anger," Washington Post, February 15, 2005.
Articles & Commentary
- "Revolving Door. If You Can't Boost 'Em...," Media Watch, January 1, 1996.