(RNS) Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson helped convince the Boy Scouts to admit gay youths and the oil giant contributes to Planned Parenthood.
Despite the growth of movements such as the Moral Mondays, the Christian left often gets lost in media coverage during election cycles. And whatever coverage does take place is often limited to conservative Christians and the “red states” of the South.
(RNS) A wave of repudiation from evangelical Christians has followed the release of a recording of Donald Trump making lewd remarks about women. But his running mate is standing firm.
(RNS) The evangelical media personality had been under pressure since he downplayed Trump’s ugly comments on women. On Wednesday he warned 'God will not hold us guiltless' if Hillary Clinton is elected.
NEW YORK (RNS) The GOP nominee's performance in Sunday night's debate may have shifted the political focus off his comments. But his candidacy may turn on what his faith-based supporters think.
(RNS) She used religion to make the so-called social issues the locus of grass roots conservative politics.
(RNS) Fans -- and a few who rejected her politics -- remember her.
She made herself the darling of the religious right by fighting against pay equity for women, abortion rights, arms control, illegal immigration and communism.
PHILADELPHIA (RNS) It’s officially Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump for president. But just as notable is the fact that Democrats have now taken over the language of faith and morals from the GOP.
(RNS) How did something as fundamentally American as religious freedom become a culture war weapon against LGBT people and their families?
(RNS) Or would a third-party run by the National Review columnist just be a way for true believers to avoid a hard moral choice -- and wind up hurting the movement?
(RNS) The presumptive Republican presidential nominee is planning a series of events aimed at winning over skeptical leaders of a bloc that is crucial to his hopes for winning the White House.
(RNS) Officials in many Southern state governments believe the only way they can win re-election is to focus attention on an enemy. Transgender people, it seems, are the scapegoat of 2016.
(RNS) Many evangelicals are looking not so much for piety but for traits like leadership, strength, competence, and straightforward truth-speaking. Too bad the right traits are leading so many to a wrong choice.
(RNS) Prayers and good wishes have been circulating on social media as word spread that the Princeton professor suffered an aortic dissection, which can be fatal.