(RNS) The Georgia Republican's choice of Bible quotes condemning homosexuality infuriated several colleagues.
(RNS) Political parties need vigorous moral and philosophical debate, and that will not happen if evangelicals oppose all Democrats as a matter of course.
(RNS) Sen. Ted Cruz announced April 27 that Carly Fiorina would be his running mate if he wins the GOP presidential nomination. She withdrew from the race in February.
(RNS) Among them is a priest from South Carolina who may be skirting the edges of his own church's policies against clerics becoming involved in politics.
(RNS) Two-thirds of Republicans in Super Tuesday states say religion is very important to them, compared with 53 percent of Democrats.
We tend to assume that Republican judges will be friendlier to religious freedom than their Democratic counterparts. The lessons of the last 26 years suggest otherwise.
(RNS) Former Sen. Rick Santorum withdrew from the 2016 race on Feb. 3
(RNS) Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul withdrew from the 2016 race February 3.
(RNS) Ben Carson withdrew from the 2016 GOP race on March 4, in the wake of losses on Super Tuesday
(RNS) Florida Sen. Marco Rubio withdrew from the 2016 race on March 15 after a crushing defeat in the primary in his home state.
(RNS) Cruz doesn’t tiptoe around the Almighty in his politics. If America doesn't shape up, it could lose God's favor, he has said.
(RNS) His late and awkward efforts to draw in conservative Christian votes might still work for him when the primaries get rolling.
(RNS) A veteran of political compromise, Kasich does take an unchanging stand on his view of Christian values -- serving the poor and troubled.
(RNS) Americans still prefer a strongly religious president but it's no longer essential, a new survey finds.
It takes a "real man" to cry about gun violence. Thanks, President Obama.