NEW YORK (RNS) Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio seems to take aim at Donald Trump and his supporters, but he uses data more than Scripture to argue that deportations would hurt the U.S. economy.
Vulgarity, meanness, conflict. Lather, rinse, repeat. Unless we choose silence.
"It looks like we're not going to have a very good relationship,” Trump said, referring to British Prime Minister David Cameron.
It's unexpected events like these that keep me loving religion and politics in the USA.
(RNS) Many evangelicals would agree with Andrew Sullivan’s assessment of Trump. But they believe the situation is worse than Sullivan imagines.
If interested, please make your candidacy known at the earliest possible moment.
(RNS) There's a holier-than-thou Twitter smackdown underway between The Donald and a top Southern Baptist theologian.
Its essence, not its ideological superstructure.
(RNS) Evangelical churches and colleges have failed to educate people on how to think in a Christian way about their role as citizens.
(RNS) After criticizing Jerry Falwell Jr.'s endorsement of Trump, Mark DeMoss was asked by the school's executive committee to step aside from his post on that committee.
Former Utah Senator Robert Bennett died yesterday. Maybe it’s a blessing that he won’t live to see the further implosion of the political party—and the nation—he worked to build and protect.
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.
But his failure in the year the GOP establishment fell apart sends an important message.
Even this year, people can disagree on politics without sacrificing their faith.