France Punishes Pro-Life Websites for False Advertising
Meanwhile, US states split on disclosures by Christian pregnancy centers.
“Being hostile to abortion is an opinion protected by the civil liberties in France,” said Laurence Rossignol, minister for families, children, and women's rights.
Old Hollywood’s Abortion Secret
What a culture of death tells us about a culture of life.
Old Hollywood's Abortion Secret. Judy Garland's mother arranged her daughter's first abortion during Garland's marriage to bandleader David Rose.
Top 10 Stats Explaining the Evangelical Vote for Trump or Clinton
(UPDATED) These surveys suggest how—and why—evangelicals will split more than usual in 2016 election.
evangelical pastors: 27% said personal character was the most important issue to vote on 20% said Supreme Court nominees 12% said religious freedom 10% said abortion 6% said
Latest Survey: Most Evangelicals Are Not Voting Trump
Measuring Americans by beliefs, not self-identity, makes a big difference in 2016 election polls.
election. Topics such as personal character, abortion, and religious liberty—often identified as key evangelical issues—matter less in this election. Other
Trump Ends Evangelicals and Catholics Together
This election, many of evangelicals’ GOP allies across the Tiber are leaving for Clinton.
reform.”. The political unity between the Christian traditions worked out due to overlapping convictions on core issues such as religious liberty and abortion.
Why Evangelicals Dislike and Distrust Hillary Clinton So Much
To many Evangelicals, Mrs. Clinton is a perfect storm of divergent values, dismissive advocacy, and distrusted personality.
Let me put this dislike in six categories. Clash of the Cores. Over the past 20 years, there has been an increasing emphasis on abortion as a core issue of the Democratic Party.
The Election Forces Us to Talk about Race
One of the Church’s great challenges is unity in a very divided country.
another. This is true, but imagine if we said this with any other issue. For instance, “We don't have an abortion problem, we have a sin problem.”. The
Evangelicals are for Trump, Clinton, and Others
Party affiliation is a much stronger predictor of voting preferences than faith.
15 percent). Few value Supreme Court nominees (10 percent), religious freedom (7 percent), immigration (5 percent), or abortion (4 percent). Simply