(RNS) — Donald Trump has retained his support among the white Catholics who make up 75% of the church and may actually be gaining some ground among nonwhite Catholics.
(RNS) — The nihilism of today's alt-right is both a religion and a rejection of the transcendence that religion holds out as a balm.
(RNS) — When asked why they stop going to church regularly, young people are increasingly prone to answer, 'I disagreed with the church’s stance on political/social issues.'
When was the last time we saw a Democrat actively court religious leaders—not merely in a calculated way to achieve a political end, but because he or she sincerely tied that political end to sacred principles?
(RNS) — The calls for action came after a March 10 airing of an NBC interview in which Putin suggested Russians were being wrongly targeted for election tampering.
(AP) Attorneys for the accused, charged with plotting to bomb Muslims in rural southwest Kansas, say Trump voters there have a 'different belief system' than potential jurors who live near urban Wichita.
(RNS) — Looking outside politics might actually provide the clue.
(RNS) Although his apology for being 'unnecessarily harsh' toward Trump supporters was accepted by the Southern Baptist Convention's top brass, the public voice of America's largest denomination still faces a groundswell of grass-roots discontent.
(RNS) I have found more warmth and understanding in the reaction of far-flung strangers who read about my experience than I found in people sitting next to me in church pews.
PHOENIX (RNS) Not one word I heard come out of the preacher's mouth was a word Jesus would have said. It left me broken and in need of solace.
Pundits and prognosticators assumed that this election was unusual. It wasn't.
(RNS) Maybe the disillusionments of this election year will make us take greater responsibility for our country.
(RNS) The interview, which aired on the Christian Broadcasting Network with host David Brody featured Trump and his wife, Melania Trump, for what he claimed was the ninth exclusive interview.
(RNS) Atheists are in a pickle -- should they vote for the seemingly irreligious Donald Trump or lifelong Methodist Hillary Clinton? Many are taking to the internet and social media to fight it out.
(RNS) A sports columnist said his anti-Trump commentary was rejected but university President Jerry Falwell Jr. said it was redundant.