(RNS) — Pastor and author Eugene Cho talked to Religion News Service about a better way for Christians to engage politics in a contentious election year and discussed his new book, 'Thou Shalt Not Be A Jerk.'
(RNS) — Americans were most likely to say Biden was 'very’ or 'somewhat’ religious — but that still was just over half (55%) of survey respondents, according to Pew data.
I want to apologize for last week's "dumpster fire" column. While I stand by much of the content, I can now see problems with the tone and the way I approached it.
(RNS) — Christian leaders across theological and political divides are kicking off an initiative called 'Golden Rule 2020: A Call for Dignity and Respect in Politics,' hoping the next 365 days won’t be a repeat of 2016’s divisive election season.
(RNS) — 'Because we’re not one-issue voters, people think if they come to us with talking points they’re gonna get us — no,' said the Rev. Gabriel Salguero, president of the National Latino Evangelical Coalition.
(RNS) — More than 80 Christian leaders are calling for a National Day of Prayer this Sunday (Oct. 13) 'for the truth to be revealed through the impeachment inquiry.'
(RNS) — If they want to win back the White House, Democrats need to reach Christian voters. At least on social media, Democratic candidates are failing to do so.
(RNS) — Buttigieg spoke with Religion News Service to discuss sin, immigration, being a religious millennial and whether he can rally the support of a burgeoning religious left movement.
(RNS) — 'There is something going on that is so much bigger than party politics right now,' Buttigieg said. 'It’s a kind of stirring or reawakening.'
(RNS) — O.J. Semans, co-executive director of Four Directions, introduced the forum as "Indian Country 101 for America,” which included discussions of issues informed by indigenous spirituality.
(RNS) — Treatment of immigrants, climate change and poverty are among the issues they care about.
(RNS) — They also blame politicians and activist groups.