(RNS) — It takes a strong sense of compartmentalization to square Christianity’s ethical demands for truth-telling, integrity and human rights with the Trump White House’s elastic relationship with the truth.
(The Conversation) — Trump’s move is a symbolic, rather than legal, gesture, but it could lend legitimacy to a move by Israel that has long been seen as violating international law.
(RNS) — As President Trump's attention turns to international affairs, members of his loyal evangelical Protestant base need to ask themselves: What do we want out of U.S. foreign policy?
(RNS) — Many American evangelicals cheered because they understood the United States' recognition of Jerusalem as the 'once and eternal' capital of Israel as a fulfillment of biblical prophecy.
(RNS) Does Clinton, Trump or anybody else really know the best way forward for U.S. foreign policy?
Nationalism, moralism, and isolationism -- which best serves America? Which reflects religious and moral values?