Brian Kaylor, assistant professor of communication studies at James Madison University, says the newly elected head of the Southern Baptist Convention’s public-policy agency demonstrates a different style than his predecessor Richard Land.
After going “all-in” for Mitt Romney, religious conservatives face some choices about their future role in the political square.
This year’s presidential election reveals a Republican Party now on the wrong side of history.
Black leaders say if Billy Graham has changed his mind about not taking sides on political issues, they would like to hear it from the 93-year-old evangelist himself.
The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association’s “un-culting” of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is prompting backlash from evangelicals who insist that Mormons are not Christians.
The constitutional requirement that the president be a “natural-born citizen” of the United States isn’t as clear cut as many suppose.
A growing number of socially conscious Christians say it’s time that both presidential candidates tell the country what they plan to do about the problem of climate change.
Why, three weeks prior to one of the most hotly contested presidential elections in modern history, does America’s Evangelist need to suddenly declare Mormonism no longer a cult? Has there been an unreported change in theology or practice?
There was one great absentee at this week’s presidential debate: America’s poor. It seems impossible for politicians of either party to speak any more about the existence of chronic poverty and those who suffer it.