(RNS) — President Donald Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi both posed with Bibles this week, moves that seem political. It’s a bad idea, said an American Bible Society leader.
(RNS) — We can follow their example to stop supporting candidates who use faith as a means to consolidate power, influence or money.
(RNS) — A theological war of words over Trump's impeachment has been going on for months, with the commander-in-chief and his opponents invoking the divine and questioning each other’s faith.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — Speakers at the National Prayer Breakfast, which organizers said drew about 4,000 people, urged attendees to love their enemies and not allow contempt to divide the nation.
(RNS) — The question is not 'Why?,' but why the president would not grasp the well-known Christian concept.
(RNS) — Even when she wants to impeach President Donald Trump, Pelosi says she doesn't hate him. Instead, she says, her Catholic faith teaches her to pray for him even if they disagree.
(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) — Over the past year, American Jews have called for shutting down Immigration and Customs Enforcement camps, addressing white nationalism, protecting abortion rights and scores of other liberal agenda items.
(RNS) — If passed, the bill would be the first legislation to focus specifically on Muslims’ rights.
(RNS) — Graham's call for 'special day of prayer for the president' on Sunday (June 2) has been joined by a who's who of evangelical leaders.
Learning that anti-Semitism is off limits in American politics.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — Speaker Nancy Pelosi's public rebuke of a freshman representative who helped deliver the Democratic House majority was the latest exposure of an increasingly tense split among Democrats over U.S.-Israeli policy.
(RNS) — If American Jews perceive that the Democratic Party is moving into anti-Israel positions, they will be faced with a major quandary.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — The opening session of the conference of Christian college presidents featured speeches by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, who spoke of their faith as an integral part of their work.
(RNS) The stark prognosis is part of a debate on whether Catholicism should be exclusive or inclusive, but Chaput also used this week's speech to slam Catholic Democrats like Joe Biden and Tim Kaine.
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