To suggest that evangelicals — or their influence — is shrinking just isn’t true. Pew’s own research also shows that the percentage of evangelicals who are identifying as Republican has jumped 16 points since 1994.
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The gospel of ‘free speech’ is the big actor in Persecuted, a conservative movie featuring John Luther, a televangelist who loves free speech, the Bible, the Gospel… and the rosary.
A group of 50 self-anointed ‘evangelical’ leaders gathered at Wheaton College earlier this week, ostensibly to discuss “evangelism and faith.” According to reports, however, the meeting was mostly about President Trump.
In an election that will almost certainly come down to turnout, there’s some genuine anxiety that Republicans won’t be able to close the midterm gap. What role will evangelicals play in that equation?
NPR published an UNTRUE story this morning which claimed evangelical leaders are organizing a meeting with President Trump because they’re “concerned” about the tantalizing details of President Trump’s past. Wrong.
For the liberal media, who’ve been trying to put evangelicals on a milk carton for 30 years, the real story is the freefall of mainline Protestants.
Gerson regurgitates his year-old talking points about the president’s moral failings, insisting that Christians — the biggest champions of grace and forgiveness — ought to somehow refuse both to Trump.
Last week I explained to Politico why so many evangelicals came around to supporting President Trump, and the media reaction was swift.
There is a firestorm of controversy over the comments of evangelical leader Tony Perkins that President Trump gets a ‘mulligan’ for his past sexual indiscretions
Vice President Mike Pence speaks on the unprecedented access granted to evangelical Christians under the Trump administration.
A headline on the conservative, RedState website announces, ‘Trump’s Cheap ‘Merry Christmas’ Christianity Continues To Sway Evangelicals.’
The American Left is keeping an eye on the increasing influence of conservative evangelicals in Brazil. “The Nation” published an article titled “Amid Crisis in Brazil, the Evangelical Bloc Emerges as a Political Power.”
If you listen to some secular media, you’d get the impression that Donald Trump is responsible for Charlottesville and that those who voted for him are culpable as well.
But even though more and more Americans are abandoning the institutional church, many still believe in God and practice faith outside its walls.
We need some warriors for Christ who will not be silenced, who will not be intimidated, and will not be sucked into the false gospel of nice.
In a parting gift to his far-Left friends, Obama tacked on another dangerous mandate. Under the agency’s “Equal Access to Housing in HUD, the department opened the doors to gender-free shelters.
Last Wednesday, the Washington Post published an open letter from more than 500 “conservative evangelical pastors and leaders…urging President Donald Trump to reverse his temporary pause on refugee resettlement…”
Tony Campolo and Shane Claiborne suggest that this could be a “moment in our history for evangelicals to repent and be ‘born again’ again as Red Letter Christians.”
WikiLeaks helped spell out the campaign’s hostility toward the church. Not that Hillary’s disdain was exactly a secret after her ‘basket of deplorables’ rant.
This year’s Presidential election presents a quandary for many Christian conservatives. The choice between the nominees for the Democratic and Republican parties leaves much to be desired.
Hillary Clinton is a misandrist. She heads the party and movement that hates men. And yet many American women support this woman or stay silent as she wars on their husbands, brothers, and sons.
I’m afraid that Christians who tie themselves too closely to Trump will, figuratively, have to walk around later with a scarlet letter emblazoned on their Christian witness.
You may not self-identify as an evangelical or even be a fan of the Reagan Revolution revivalists, but if you are a conservative in America you are a stakeholder with those who stand against the progressive tidal wave sweeping our nation.
At the National Press Club Friday, the National Religious Broadcasters hosted a debate called “Evangelicals Debate the 2016 Election: Trump, Clinton or Other.”
When Ted Cruz spoke at the Republican convention last week, the Trump people and the media declared it a disaster for Cruz. Yet what did Cruz do, precisely?
There is a new survey out and it is part of George Barna’s organization — doing surveys of evangelical pastors, showing that those pastors are supposedly backing away from politics this election cycle.
As Donald Trump has selected his vice presidential candidate, Governor Mike Pence of Indiana, patriotic, conservative, values-oriented Americans are asking, “Is he the right man?”
Evangelical leaders who even mentioned the possibility have summarily been raked over the coals, publicly, for daring to suggest that Trump’s conversion could be real.
Dr. James Dobson claims that Donald Trump recently gave his life to Jesus Christ as his Savior. If true, this could be a game-changer. in how you pray for Mr. Trump and the United States.
I was among a group of hundreds of Christian leaders asked to attend a private event in New York City Tuesday billed as a “Conversation with Donald Trump.” I’m glad I did.