Christian conservatives are dealing with not only the loss of the presidency, but also what many of them see as the rejection of their agenda, including fights against same-sex marriage. (The New York Times)
"The understanding that the evangelical vote is a kingmaking vote, I think, is now dead," says Shaun Casey, a professor at Wesley Theological Seminary and a former Obama adviser. (All Things Considered, NPR)
Pro-lifers are certainly disappointed in the outcome of Tuesday’s presidential election. However, ballot measures dealing with sanctity-of-life issues fared well on election day (Michael New, National Review Online)
Obama won despite an erosion of support among white evangelicals and white Catholics. At the same time, the traditional religious coalitions that align behind Democrats and Republicans largely held (The Denver Post)
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