Southern Baptist senator Lindsey Graham said Thursday he doesn’t expect on Judgment Day to be asked to give an account for why he voted to acquit in the impeachment of President Donald Trump.
By hitching his wagon to Trump’s neon star, Starr is making the same old mistake for the same old reason.
No strategy has been more politically contrived than the adoption of biblical typologies to legitimate the Big Apple businessman and reality TV personality occupying the White House. This should concern all Americans who claim to revere the Bible and desire to live into its vision.
Politicians who thwart reporters’ access to cover the impeachment trial erode a basic American strength and undermine democracy. Our grandchildren will curse them – and curse us for allowing them to do it.
Two Southern Baptist megachurch pastors joined Donald Trump in criticizing an editorial in the flagship evangelical magazine Christianity Today saying the president should be removed from office.
In these moments of impeachment, the court prophets have lined up to defend the president, led by a few prominent, white evangelical leaders – none more outspoken than Dallas pastor Robert Jeffress.
One exchange during the impeachment hearings was a reminder of what it means to be a witness as a follower of Jesus.
Legendary broadcaster and one-time Baptist preacher Bill Moyers says for the first time in his 85 years he fears for America.
The president’s racist Twitter message employing the language of lynching was a diabolical suggestion that the current impeachment inquiry is the existential, moral and legal equivalent of murder.