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Thriving at the Edges of the World
E. Stanley Jones calls us to radical conservatism and a conservative radicalism.
and globalized world. We must uphold the rule of law in regards to immigration and at the same time welcome the foreigner generously. We must boldly
Diaspora Missions: Diaspora Churches as Equal Partners in Mission
Hispanic, Korean, Chinese, and Nigerian churches embody the vitality and vibrancy of Global Christianity.
to 34% in 2014. This number is projected to continue increasing as the rate of immigration continues unabated in the coming decades. While the story
White Evangelicals Grade Trump, Republicans, and the Media
Pew looks at satisfaction with the election, and what voters think the new president should do first.
When asked what should be Trump's first priority as president, white evangelical voters most often picked health care (31%), immigration (13%), the economy (11%), and unemployment
Trump Ends Evangelicals and Catholics Together
This election, many of evangelicals’ GOP allies across the Tiber are leaving for Clinton.
“That reflects rising education levels among white Catholics, and also reflects a reaction to the negative tone of Trump's remarks about immigration, race, and so on.
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.
issue to vote on 20% said Supreme Court nominees 12% said religious freedom 10% said abortion 6% said the economy 5% said national security 2% said immigration 13% said none
Global Evangelical Leaders: Trump’s Win Will Harm the Church’s Witness
Conference call explores election consequences on evangelicals overseas.
including autocratic vs. democratic governments and immigration patterns, such as those that led to the Brexit vote earlier this year. Speaking from Eastern
Latest Survey: Most Evangelicals Are Not Voting Trump
Measuring Americans by beliefs, not self-identity, makes a big difference in 2016 election polls.
character top their concerns. In both groups, few prioritize Supreme Court nominees, religious freedom, immigration, or abortion. Overall, the economy
Evangelical Views of the 2016 Election: "Jill Stein is my imperfect candidate."
Evangelical millenial minority chooses the Green Party
understand it. Immigration. The Jesus year 2013. The vast majority of those people did not commit any crime unrelated to their immigration status. There is
Lovekindness: A Post-Election Path for Christians in America
Democracy sees the value of dialogue for the common good.
Many of the tensions and divisions of the broader society (race, religious liberty, immigration, foreign policy, LGBT rights) are present on our campus.
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
I Saw Jesus in Detention
We’re all so busy debating immigration policy that we’ve forgotten something essential.
I Saw Jesus in Detention. We're all so busy debating immigration policy that we've forgotten something essential. Sarah exactly. It was immigration detention.
Race in America: Pushing Forward on the Heels of the 'Voiceless'
Co-founder and director of the Voices Project and college pastor at Kilns College
The gospel has been used for way too long to undergird injustice—from slavery to apartheid and from Native American boarding schools to racist immigration policies.
Despite Mike Pence, Most Evangelical Pastors Are Not Ready to Vote Trump
Almost half remain undecided, with pastors split over which candidate characteristic is most important.
10%). Pastors voting for Clinton are more likely to cite personal character (28%) and immigration (7%) and less likely to cite abortion (less than 1%).
The Church and the Huddled Masses
Throughout US history, the church has had a complicated relationship with the "homeless, tempest-tost" looking for a better life.
Approximately 40 percent of Americans can trace their ancestry through the US immigration processing center at Ellis Island around the turn of the 20th century.
Weekend Edition—July 1, 2016
Care for Refugees, America Divided, Church Signs, and more!
The Evangelical Immigration Table, a network that has pushed over the last several years for bipartisan immigration reform, has acknowledged all of these reasons in its documentary
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Realizing My Addiction Had Chosen Me Began My Road to Recovery
Realizing My Addiction Had Chosen Me Began My Road to Recovery
Framing addiction as a chronic disease gives a broader framework for understanding.
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