Pew: More Sermons Endorse Clinton
Fewer pastors are politically engaged this election; fewer still are speaking for Trump from the pulpit.
speak out about political issues. The most common issues: religious freedom (40%), homosexuality (39%), and abortion (29%). Candidates come up most
Supreme Court: Texas Can't Keep Women from Abortion Clinics
Ruling to reverse restrictions interrupts years of pro-life advances on the state level.
Supreme Court: Texas Can't Keep Women from Abortion Clinics. They blamed abortion providers' opposition to the restrictions on greed and a disregard for women's health.
Are Young Evangelicals More Liberal Than Their Parents?
There is a common idea today that young evangelicals are liberating themselves from conservatism, but is that true?
of young evangelicals on hot button issues: 82% say that abortion is wrong if the family cannot afford the child; 72% say the use of marijuana is wrong;
Weekend Edition—July 1, 2016
Care for Refugees, America Divided, Church Signs, and more!
in states like California that allow nurse practitioners and physician's assistants to perform surgical abortions and one wonders, whatever became of the drive to imbue abortion with all
Christians Don't Want to Stop Serving Their LGBT Neighbors
A balanced take on the gay rights-religious freedom debate requires an understanding of complicity.
In this regard, this conflict reminds me of the abortion debate. Major media about. The dispute in the abortion debate is about the rights of the unborn. No
Evangelicals Cheer Pro-Life Vote at Methodist Conference
(UPDATE) On the last day of the General Conference, Methodists repeal four decades of Roe v Wade support.
The Book of Resolutions statement in support of legal abortion was adopted in 1976. We support the legal right to abortion as established by the 1973 Supreme Court decision.
Evangelicals and Race—A New Chapter
Why racial justice and reconciliation are now core for the movement.
Before Roe v. Wade, abortion was sidelined as a Catholic concern. But after the advocacy of Francis Schaeffer and others, we quickly saw the great evil that abortion is.
As goes the mainline, so goes the nation
Many traditional mainline churches are literally dying on the vine.
However, Clinton does not align with the UMC on the exclusivity of Christianity, LGBTQ issues or abortion. Trump's self-avowed denomination openly disavows him.
Pew: Most Evangelicals Will Vote Trump, But Not For Trump
With half of voters dissatisfied with both presidential candidates, white evangelicals primarily plan to oppose Clinton.
White evangelicals (52%) consider abortion a “very important” issue when deciding who to vote for, but more consider issues such as terrorism (89%), the economy (87%), and foreign