The clash over the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is a battle between good and evil, according to pro-Trump Pastor Robert Jeffress.
Pastor Robert Jeffress gives high marks to Trump’s United Nations speech
President Donald Trump’s United Nations General Assembly address – which began with world leaders audibly laughing at his boast that he has accomplished more in his first two years than any president in history – received high marks from one…
Church-state watchdog says Trump’s evangelical advisory team is against the law
An advocacy group that monitors issues related to the free exercise and government sponsorship of religion says President Donald Trump’s unofficial evangelical advisory board is against the law. Americans United for Separation of Church and State, a Washington-based religious liberty…
Robert Jeffress prays blessing at opening of U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem
Southern Baptist megachurch pastor Robert Jeffress prayed for the peace of Jerusalem at the May 14 relocation of the United States embassy from Tel Aviv, while violence raged 40 miles away.
Campolo says ‘Red Letter Revival’ seeks to convert evangelicals to social activism
A group of Christians often labeled as “progressive evangelicals” will hold a revival — in Lynchburg, Va., a center of conservative Christianity — designed to reconnect that old-time religion with concern and activism for social justice.
Pastor Robert Jeffress organizes ‘March for Eternal Life’
With tens of thousands of young people set to descend this weekend on the nation’s capital in a protest organized by survivors of a Feb. 14 school shooting in Florida, a Southern Baptist megachurch in Texas is planning a march…
If character is ‘irrelevant’ in politics, eventually the Church will be, too
It is a confusing time, but one thing is crystal clear to me: if committing an adulterous affair with a porn star, if that kind of morality and that kind of character is “completely irrelevant” to a Church that has always said exactly the opposite, there is another thing that will be “completely irrelevant” to today’s culture — and that is, sadly, the Church.
Robert Jeffress: Trump’s alleged affair with porn star ‘totally irrelevant’ to his evangelical base
A Southern Baptist adviser to President Donald Trump says it is “absolutely ludicrous” to call Trump’s evangelical supporters hypocrites for standing by the president amid allegations that he had an adulterous relationship with an adult film star.
Have some evangelicals embraced moral relativism?
By what ethical framework do we say that individuals and churches are supposed to take one stance towards the poor and dispossessed, but as a collective nation we should take a different — even opposite — stance? If something is right or good depending solely upon who carries it out, is that not a form of moral relativism?