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Evangelical Views of the 2016 Election: Evangelicals, We Need to Start Looking Beyond the Candidates
Pastor and Immediate Past President of the Southern Baptist Convention prioritizes issues over candidates
For the past nine presidential elections - intentionally or unintentionally - I have stuck with one clear principle when I go to the voting booth: I do not vote for candidates but for policies.
Engaging the Elections at Church
How to pastor your congregation during the campaign season.
Jul 4, 2016. Church. Engaging the Elections at Church. Engaging the Elections at Church. How to pastor your congregation during the campaign season.
Sorry, Trump: 3 in 4 Evangelicals Don't Want Pastors Endorsing Politicians from Pulpits
However, survey finds they also don't want pastors who do campaign to be punished.
[Editor's note: This summer, Pew found that a minority of white evangelicals (37%) and black Protestants (45%) want pastors to endorse candidates during elections.
Three Reminders As We Dialogue For The Common Good
Three simple and biblical ways to wisely engage with our neighbors and our culture, regardless of how difficult an issue is.
isn't pretty. That's including Christians, unfortunately. The last several presidential elections have revealed the division in our culture. The amount of true
Trump’s ‘Greatest Contribution to Christianity’: Pastors Preaching Politics
Republican nominee pledges to repeal Johnson Amendment. But pastors debate endorsing politicians from pulpits.
In fact, only about one-third of white evangelicals (37%) and about half of black Protestants (45%) believe that churches should endorse candidates during elections.
Goodbye, God Gap: Trump and Clinton Have Churchgoers Unusually Split
Plus here's what we know about evangelical Democrats.
In previous US elections, polls consistently showed that a person's level of religiosity—how important their faith is to them and how often they attend church—was one of the biggest
Pew: More Sermons Endorse Clinton
Fewer pastors are politically engaged this election; fewer still are speaking for Trump from the pulpit.
That's less pastor engagement than during the mid-term elections in 2014, according to a June survey of 600 theologically conservative Protestant pastors by Barna Group for the
Subscriber Access Only Clinton, Trump, or Neither? 3 Views on the 2016 Presidential Election
Ron Sider, James Dobson, and Sho Baraka make the best Christian case for each choice.
That's why in presidential elections of the past, CT magazine has opted to simply note the issues that divide the major candidates, or to feature profiles of candidates from the major
Canada Thinks It Has a Better Way to Defend Religious Freedom
New government shuts down Office of Religious Freedom modeled after US version.
But six months after the Conservatives lost national elections to the Liberal party, the four-person, $5 million Office of Religious Freedom (ORF) has been shut down.
Evangelical Views of the 2016 Election: Ethics and Theology Professor on Why Trump is the Best Candidate for President
Ethics & Religion professor endorses Mr. Trump
and balances into our system. We have a Two Party system, states can recall elections, and citizens can impeach bad candidates. The major check is
Subscriber Access Only Where Kids Get Their Political Views
In a heated election, Christian parents can model a measured response.
Elections can be a way to teach our kids how Christians serve both an earthly kingdom and a heavenly kingdom, and the responsibilities we have to each.
Subscriber Access Only Ron Sider: Why I Am Voting for Hillary Clinton
This election, there are only two meaningful choices for president. Why one is the far wiser choice.
This election, there are only two meaningful choices for president. Why one is the far wiser choice.
Subscriber Access Only Sho Baraka: Why I Can't Vote for Either Trump or Clinton
Both candidates fail to address the heart concerns of black evangelicals like me.
Both candidates fail to address the heart concerns of black evangelicals like me.
Subscriber Access Only James Dobson: Why I Am Voting for Donald Trump
The founder and president of Family Talk explains why his decision centers on the future of the Supreme Court.
The founder and president of Family Talk explains why his decision centers on the future of the Supreme Court.
Church Planting At Thomas Road Baptist Church—An Interview with Jonathan Falwell
Thomas Road's pastor discusses the church's 60-year history of planting churches
We realize the way to change the world is not through elections, but through the local church. ES: When we talk about Thomas Road, everyone thinks about Liberty University.
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How Science Became a Weapon in the Mommy Wars
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