What would it look like if the faiths of all the candidates in this presidential election caused them to rally around poverty?
A panel of Southern Baptist scholars discussed the dilemma for evangelicals deciding whether to vote their values or their theology.
The Republican and Democratic national conventions reveal competing views of a Christianity of the right and left, which doesn’t bode well for either church or state.
A Baptist ethicist offers his first impression of Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s acceptance speech, with plans for a follow-up about remarks by President Obama at next week’s Democratic National Convention.
A repeat performance of a 2008 face-off between the presidential candidates planned at a Southern Baptist mega-church won’t happen after all, according to the Orange County Register.
“It’s never OK to use religion for political gain,” Interfaith Alliance head Welton Gaddy says in a letter to former Massachusetts governor and presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney.
Robert Jeffress made national headlines recently with his assertion that Mormonism is a "cult" and a "false religion." Peter Wehner, a political commentator whose blog I read regularly, immediately criticized what he termed "the theological and political errors of Pastor Jeffress."