(RNS) Evangelicals are divided on whether those excited by the election of Donald Trump can reconcile with those who see him 'representing all of the things Jesus stood against.'
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(RNS) In the Age of Pope Francis and the Era of President Trump, the union between Roman Catholics and evangelical Protestants may be fraying.
RALEIGH, N.C. (RNS) Muslims here expressed shock and disappointment at Trump’s election, but they were neither panic-stricken nor despondent. Mostly they spoke of the need to build stronger coalitions with fellow minorities.
WASHINGTON (RNS) "We fully expect him to keep his pledge … to the American people," said Faith & Freedom chairman Ralph Reed.
(RNS) Reeling from the election outcome, they intend to soldier on, reach out to those with whom they disagree and fight for the social issues they care about.
(RNS) Evangelical support for Donald Trump surged even as prominent evangelicals, including Southern Baptist Russell Moore, railed against Trump's behavior toward immigrants, women and other groups as un-Christian.
(RNS) How prominent religious figures, both evangelical Christians and others, responded to the 2016 presidential election results as they became clear overnight.
(RNS) Thousands of Christians will end this election season in the pews, praying and singing to remind themselves of God's sovereignty in their lives.
(RNS) Marijuana, gun control, the death penalty and the minimum wage are some of the issues being highlighted by religious leaders.
(RNS) Thousands of people pledged to raise money for Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church in Greenville by midday Thursday (Nov. 3), far exceeding the original goal of $10,000.
No one was injured in the Tuesday (Nov. 1) evening blaze at Hopewell M.B. Church in Greenville, and the cause of the fire has not been determined.
(RNS) The letter, signed by Democrats and independents, outlined frustrations with some of Clinton’s statements about abortion and requested a meeting 'during your first 100 days in office.'
(RNS) White Catholics and Latino Catholics part ways on Donald Trump.
(RNS) Among likely voters, white Catholic males favor Donald Trump. But almost half of white Catholic women support Hillary Clinton.
(RNS) Someone sprayed swastikas on Peter Jacob's home.