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2012 Election
Opinion: Round Up the Usual Social Conservative Suspects
Republicans must resist the temptation to form a circular firing squad, especially one with evangelicals and their social-conservative allies in the middle. (Ralph Reed, The Wall Street Journal)
5 things we learned from Franklin Graham
Graham says his dad has always been political, and that Billy Graham’s activism last year was in sync with past behavior. (CNN)
A Mormon Reporter On The Romney Bus
How America got used to his religion, and mine. (McKay Coppins, Buzzfeed)
Focus on the Family head takes conciliatory tone after election - latimes.com
"What we've got to do in the Christian community is be far more humble ... and not call it a culture war," says Jim Daly (Los Angeles Times)
Christian Conservatives Failed to Sway Voters
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)
Politicians Who Speak of Religion in Unaccustomed Ways
First nonpracticing Buddhist in the Senate, first blended Hindu, and other religiously unique winners in Tuesday's election. (The New York Times)
For Religious Conservatives, Election Was A 'Disaster'
"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)
Life Fares Well on the Ballot in 2012
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)
Evangelicals, Catholics and “nones” make a mark: Parsing the 2012 God vote
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)
Medical Missionaries' Ebola Pullback: No More Kent Brantlys?
Medical Missionaries' Ebola Pullback: No More Kent Brantlys?
As ministries report record interest in serving, Samaritan's Purse shifts strategy on what expat doctors do.
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