(RNS) — Urban evangelicals have some room for political diversity. Suburban and rural evangelicals do not.
(RNS) — The new law marks a turning point for Protestant denominations that have historically tended to keep their distance from politics.
(RNS) — Vice President Mike Pence was recently invited to give the commencement address at Indiana's Taylor University. Not everyone at the evangelical school is thrilled with the idea. The controversy reflects a broader debate among evangelical schools.
(RNS) — With no fanfare, and to the secret relief of many, the windows of two of the heroes of the Southern Baptist Convention's conservative resurgence have been removed from a seminary chapel.
(RNS) — The meeting comes one month after the death of Washington Post contributing columnist Jamal Khashoggi, for which Saudi Arabia has acknowledged responsibility.
(RNS) — White conservative Christian preachers have tried to excuse the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh as youthful indiscretions. But in this country, in short, black boys can never simply be 'boys.'
(RNS) — Evangelical conservative Christians may find themselves in a quandary this year, championing an administration that shares their public policy goals but may fall short of their private values.
(RNS) — As President Trump's attention turns to international affairs, members of his loyal evangelical Protestant base need to ask themselves: What do we want out of U.S. foreign policy?
(RNS) — Many American evangelicals cheered because they understood the United States' recognition of Jerusalem as the 'once and eternal' capital of Israel as a fulfillment of biblical prophecy.
(RNS) The author discovers he is so controversial an entire organization split over him.
(RNS) The facts didn’t matter. What we believed mattered and our beliefs were what made the facts the facts.
(RNS) You are either for full and unequivocal LGBT equality, or you are against it.
Contrasting a personal salvation Christian Gospel with a morally richer shalom Gospel.
GOIP primary voters chose a man whose agenda and style are the antithesis of the Christian Right.
The author responds to numerous questions about his latest post saying conservative and progressive evangelicals are heading for a divorce.
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