Republicans of all kinds — religious and political leaders alike — are faced with a difficult choice these days: they can either capitulate to Trump, do a delicate two-step trying to differentiate themselves from him, or reject him outright.
Dirty money in the Appalachian church
Six years after a deadly coal mine disaster, where are we now?
‘Real’ evangelicals don’t support Trump? Not so fast.
The majority of evangelical voters are not supporting Trump, it’s true. But plenty of them by any measure are.
What’s driving religious freedom debate in the U.S.? Fear, say some.
It was just about a year ago when Baptist writer and minister Corey Fields wrote a column critiquing a spate of “religious freedom” bills pushed through statehouses around the country. Indiana’s version was one of the more high-profile measures. It…
Why Crux‘s Knights of Columbus ‘partnership’ is problematic
The Knights have not remained politically neutral, and have often worked against separation of church and state. More recently, it made million-dollar plus contributions to overturn marriage equality in California, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota and Washington.
What’s in a name? Religious nones and the American religious landscape
Over the last several years the term religious “Nones” has become a major topic of discussion and analysis by those who pay attention to religious trends.