Roy Moore Was ‘a Bridge Too Far’ for Alabama Evangelicals
(UPDATED) Al Mohler says Senate election “sends a signal” to the Republican Party—and to conservative Christians.
at 1 am, the unexpected loss of Roy Moore to Doug Jones in Alabama's special election for US In the last two elections with state-level exit polling, 2008 and 2012, their share was 47
Most Read Posts of 2016 (11-20)
It's that time of year.
In this post from March 2012, I shared Bob Stein's article from the HCSB Study White Evangelicals voted overwhelmingly for Trump in the general election, after propelling his campaign
Most Read Posts of 2016 (1-10)
It's that time of year.
This post from March 2012 was a follow-up to incorrect reporting by the Orange County Register. (3) Evangelical Views of the 2016 Election: Not the Lesser of Two Evils, Choose
The Next Iteration of the Black Church
The Church needs Black pastoral leadership.
In 2012, we heard about Trayvon Martin's controversial death. The recent election cycle has been a foretaste of further civil unrest that might be coming our way.
The No. 1 Bible Verse and Top 25 Topics of Trump’s Election
How searches for the end times, praying for government, and other topics changed from 2012 to 2016.
Meanwhile, OpenBible.info founder Stephen Smith charted the differences between topical Bible searches around Election Day 2016 when compared to Election Day 2012.
Gleanings: June 2018
Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our June issue).
If Morales wins favor with Colombian voters, she will compete in a runoff election June 17 expel the group of mostly Christian migrants, who have been in the country illegally since 2012.
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.
one. In the 2012 election, only a third voted against Barack Obama or Mitt Romney. Besides that, the 2012 numbers look a lot like this election. About
Plenty of the ‘Nones’ Actually Head Back to Church
Americans who identify as agnostic or “nothing in particular” are four times more likely to change their religious affiliation than Protestants or Catholics.
Cooperative Congressional Election Study (CCES) includes a panel survey—where the same people are asked questions over an extended period of time—for 2010, 2012, and 2014.
Congrats, Billy: Stats Show Your Evangelical Movement Is Still Going Strong
Born-again believers have kept the faith over four decades, while most religious switching has been between mainline Protestants and the “nones.”
church most, during that four-year window examined by the Cooperative Congressional Election Study (CCES if they would describe themselves as “born again” in 2010, 2012, and 2014
How the Philippines Became Catholic
The complex history behind Asia's most Christian country.
on people to take to the streets to protest recent and allegedly fraudulent election results clergy, nearly three-fourths of Filipinos favored the legislation, and the law was enacted in 2012.
The Future of the SBC—Is Not White
Southern Baptists will not both grow and remain a majority white denomination.
The election of African-American pastor Fred Luter in 2012 was a milestone for a denomination that was founded by slave-owners holding fast to their “rights.” In the civil rights