(RNS) — Americans were most likely to say Biden was 'very’ or 'somewhat’ religious — but that still was just over half (55%) of survey respondents, according to Pew data.
CONWAY, S.C. (AP) — As Buttigieg tries to prove he can win over African American voters, a small but influential number of black South Carolinians may be resistant to him because of his sexuality.
NEW YORK (AP) — Democratic presidential hopefuls are offering different approaches to a central challenge: how to talk to voters without a clear home in the polarizing debate over the government's role in the decision to end a pregnancy.
(RNS) — The presidential election is shaping up to be a tough one for those who see it literally as a matter of life and death.
(RNS) — Klobuchar, who attends a United Church of Christ congregation, claimed support from 28% of voters who said they show up to worship services once a week or more.
(RNS) — Democratic candidates have been quoting the Bible, but if they are going to ignore evangelical concerns, the political gains will be few.
(RNS) — An Episcopalian who has spoken out repeatedly about his faith, Buttigieg is courting the Jewish vote.
(RNS) — 'It was an opportunity for Mayor Pete to learn, to listen, and to hear,' said Kelly Brown Douglas.
(RNS) — Democratic presidential hopefuls ramped up the God-talk while criss-crossing Iowa over the weekend, invoking the Bible and meeting with religious leaders while their Republican opponent President Trump worked to bolster support among evangelical Christians.
(RNS) — 'We’re going to win another monumental victory for faith and family, God and country, flag and freedom,' Trump said.
GOLDSBORO, N.C. (RNS) — An active Episcopalian who has spoken at length about faith on the campaign trail, it was not clear Buttigieg succeeded.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — Sen. Bernie Sanders' popularity with young people and his willingness to take a tough stand on Netanyahu, Trump, the settler movement and the failed peace process won him exuberant support here.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — A comment last week by candidate Beto O’Rourke that churches and faith-based institutions should lose their tax-exempt status if they don’t support same-sex marriage has brought criticism from two of his rivals for the Democratic presidential nomination.
(RNS) — Will Democrats continue to try to court the rapidly growing group of religiously unaffiliated Americans, hoping they will offset the losses Democrats are sustaining among white Protestant Christians? Or do they try to make inroads among moderate Christians who have abandoned them in large numbers over the last decade? The answer may decide the 2020 presidential election.
(RNS) — Participating in our violent throwaway culture leads us to discard our own humanity.
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