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In Defeats, Evangelicals' Political Unity at All-Time High
In three decades, born-again voters have gone from an even split to 4-to-1 Republican.
Post-Election Fight over the 'Evangelical' Brand
Jim Daly, other leaders want 'evangelical' to be less about politics.
Actually, Evangelicals Were Quite Enthusiastic About Romney
Two new reports shine new light on what happened in last month's election.
Subscriber Access Only Q&A: Hugh Hewitt
Conservative blogger, political analyst, and radio talk show host Hugh Hewitt on Romney's bid for the White House.
Subscriber Access Only Latter-Day Politics
Mitt Romney believes American values, not Mormon doctrine, should rule a President.
Beck Wants to Lead, But Will Evangelicals Follow?
Once uncomfortable with Mitt Romney, evangelicals appear mixed on Glenn Beck.
Subscriber Access Only Is There Anything Wrong With Voting for a Mormon for President?
Three views.
Romney vs. Romney on the Safety Net
Romney's remarks at a fundraiser don't square with what he told faith leaders last week.
Evangelicals Vote Republican—Mormon or No Mormon
Some pundits said evangelicals would never support a Mormon. They were wrong.
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What Evangelicals Heard in Romney's 'Faith in America' Speech
What the candidate said will largely be welcomed. But questions remain about what wasn't.
Subscriber Access Only Romney's Speech Strengthens Theologian's Endorsement
Wayne Grudem believes evangelicals should promote religious liberty by being willing to vote for candidates who have different beliefs.
After Romney Meeting, Billy Graham Site Scrubs Mormon 'Cult' Reference
BGEA says it wants to stay out of politicized theological debate.
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A Latter-day Alliance
Evangelicals, once uncomfortable with Romney, unite with Mormons on gay marriage ban.
The Year Of The Personal Endorsement
Why evangelical leaders who've been coy in the past are now making their picks explicit.
Where are the Moms in the White House?
Government policy alone will not change the number of mothers in the halls of power. But both parties have an opportunity to couple their rhetoric about moms with policy measures.
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You Need a More Ordinary Jesus
You Need a More Ordinary Jesus
We are united with a Christ who seems not to have done much of note for most of his life.
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