An Associated Press review of tax documents found that tens of millions of dollars were directed to Trump lawyer and Christian legal giant Jay Sekulow and his family.
(RNS) — Jay Sekulow, a lawyer with an outsized reputation for First Amendment defenses, may have another high-profile slam-dunk on his hands.
(Sightings) — Paula White is a new breed of Christian-right leader who is defined far less by theology than by ideology.
(RNS) — Christian aid organizations in Syria have sprung into action in response to the new conflict in the region and are vowing to stay with the Kurds as the crisis grows.
(RNS) — It’s a brand-new day when a liberal, female Episcopal priest is in agreement with Pat Robertson, but perhaps this legislation can draw opposition from Christians across the spectrum.
(RNS) — If Candidate Williamson has a predecessor it's Joseph Smith, the founder of Mormonism, who undertook to run for president in early 1844.
(RNS) — Yechiel Eckstein was the spark that ignited an appreciation and even love for Israel and for the Jewish people among evangelicals.
(RNS) — For the late George H.W. Bush, faith was a private anchor of strength. Boasting about it was a kind of sin.
(RNS) — A reticent Yankee Episcopalian, Bush did not make his religion part of his political life. Until the presidential campaign of 1988, that is.
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (AP) — Among the shows included in the news channel's lineup are 'Jerusalem Dateline,' which will focus on Israel, and 'Faith Nation,' which is centered on politics.
(USA Today) — After a succession of bewildering violence, questions arise: Why does evil exist? Why didn't God intervene?
The proposition fails.
(RNS) — Because talking about gun control at a time like this would be like, well, talking about global warming during the hurricane season.
(RNS) — As Harvey continues to pound Houston, why are the religious finger-waggers who said Hurricanes Sandy, Isaac and Katrina were God's punishment for gay marriage or abortion rights strangely silent?
(RNS) The presidential press secretary's appearance underscores the Christian media's access to President Trump.
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