Pulpit Freedom Sunday
More on Pulpit Freedom Sunday
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.
Trump’s ‘Greatest Contribution to Christianity’: Pastors Preaching Politics
Republican nominee pledges to repeal Johnson Amendment. But pastors debate endorsing politicians from pulpits.
Houston Mayor Drops Pastor Subpoenas
National debate over religious freedom prompts withdrawal.
Increasingly, Religious 'Nones' Support Pastors Preaching Politics on Pulpit Freedom Sunday
On eve of seventh Sunday protest, here's what surveys suggest Americans think.
Pew Surprised by How Many Americans Want Religion Back in Politics
Fresh stats on who thinks churches should endorse candidates, whether homosexual behavior is a sin, and has it gotten harder to be an evangelical.
IRS to Atheists: Okay, We'll Investigate Pulpit Freedom Sunday Pastors
Tax agency and FFRF announce settlement, but Milwaukee church disputes the lawsuit's dismissal.
1,500 Pastors Who Deliberately Broke Politics Law Gain Unexpected Ally
Expert panel argues ban on pastor political endorsements from pulpit should be dropped. (But most pastors disagree.)
The Year Of The Personal Endorsement
Why evangelical leaders who've been coy in the past are now making their picks explicit.
A Record-Setting 1,500 Pastors Deliberately Break Law, Yet Fail To Provoke IRS
Election-year Pulpit Freedom Sunday contrasts with view of most Protestant pastors, per LifeWay research.
Pastors Double-Dare the IRS
Observers suggest that punishing church endorsements will be unlikely.
To Protect Freedom, ADF Needs IRS to Punish Pastors
The ironies of "Pulpit Freedom Sunday."
Who Is in Charge of Our Pulpits?
Pulpit Freedom Sunday was about bringing kingdom principles to bear on contemporary social problems, not seizing political power.
Tempted by Politics
Why many pastors want to, but shouldn't, endorse candidates.
Endorsing from the Pulpit
Pastors launch challenge of IRS rules on endorsements.