(RNS) But at 62 percent, the support of this key Republican bloc is significantly lower than for previous GOP nominees and could hurt Trump’s chances in November.
(RNS) The most secular candidate in modern times has inspired what looks like a classic religious revival. U.S. history also shows what a disappointing end could mean for Sanders’ disciples, and the country.
(RNS) Russell Moore has not been afraid to mix it up with Trump, and now he's at it again, saying the presumptive GOP presidential nominee must "repent of sin and come to faith in Jesus Christ."
Vulgarity, meanness, conflict. Lather, rinse, repeat. Unless we choose silence.
GOIP primary voters chose a man whose agenda and style are the antithesis of the Christian Right.
(RNS) Fifty percent of Indiana evangelicals went for Trump.
VATICAN CITY (RNS) When Sanders goes to the Vatican to address an economic conference, a papal meeting is not on the agenda. But, an official said, “Never say never."
(RNS) Among them is a priest from South Carolina who may be skirting the edges of his own church's policies against clerics becoming involved in politics.
(RNS) The only Jewish candidate in the presidential field will also be the only one not addressing the American Israel Public Affairs Committee next week. Scheduling conflict, the Democrat said.
(RNS) The Republican presidential front-runner convincingly won the Nevada caucuses last night but he is still struggling in what might be called "the Pope Francis primary."
VATICAN CITY (RNS) Donald Trump already ripped Francis as a "very political person" for visiting the border area during the week-long trip that starts Friday.
(RNS) Care for for widows, orphans, civilians in time of war? Not relevant to the commander in chief's job, said several Republican candidates.
DES MOINES — Iowa Republicans say Donald Trump's sneak attack on Ben Carson's religion won't work.
A Christian who has never sought forgiveness for his sins is like a vegan who has filet mignon for dinner every night.
The Republican presidential candidate and retired neurosurgeon acknowledges that he did research using tissue from aborted fetuses. He says that's OK, but anti-abortion ethicists disagree.