(RNS) Trump used his familiar attack lines on his rivals, quoting the Bible and promising to "Win! Win! Win!"
(RNS) Business is the theme but the candidates have their eye on religious voters, known for their high turnout at election time.
(RNS) How my online community explains evangelicals' surprising GOP picks.
Gov. Matt Bevin said he would change the forms that had drawn objections from Kim Davis and some other clerks.
(RNS) What does Donald Trump believe? Ted Cruz? Hillary Clinton? The RNS series, 5 Faith Facts, offers the religious background for the leading candidates for each party's nomination for the 2016 presidential election.
And how will Ted Cruz and other Trump rivals respond in tonight's GOP debate? Check our 5 faith facts on the candidates for their backgrounds.
(RNS) Anxiety looms on all fronts and Americans are split -- 49 percent to 49 percent -- on whether “America’s best days are ahead of us or behind us.”
(RNS) More than one-quarter of evangelical leaders now name Rubio -- a Catholic -- as their favorite in the presidential field.
(RNS) The official debate topic is economic issues, but it might be hard to quell mention of Donald Trump's religious dig at Ben Carson.
Each of the Republican candidates is seeking to appeal to a constituency that has major influence in early delegate contest states such as Iowa, South Carolina and Texas.
Donald Trump, who came to the Values Voter Summit waving a Bible, came in well behind Cruz, a preacher's son, and Carson, a Seventh Day Adventist.
(Reuters) "We came to the conclusion that the Democratic Party left us a long time ago, so why were we hanging on?" she said.
(RNS) Despite Christian talk host Hugh Hewitt on the panel of questioners, the candidates far less 'God talk' than in the Fox News debate.
The Wilks brothers of Texas -- devoutly Christian conservatives who think climate change is "God's will" -- are pumping millions into the Cruz campaign.
(RNS) Cruz's campaign against Planned Parenthood may be an effort to capture the evangelical base away from other contenders.