With high turnout and 80 percent in favor of a candidate in a group that is a large population share, Roy Moore still substantially underperformed among white evangelicals.
Evangelical politics as an alliance between Roy Moore and Donald Trump illustrates a crisis of evangelical political activism and theology.
Scripture demonstrates that God’s people often must submit to and participate in ungodly political regimes. Opting out is not an option.
None of my fellow conservative Christians would compare Trump’s words to other filthy speech if they believed he were guilty of something more heinous, namely sexual assault.
For one moment, Donald Trump was far from his signature unrelenting bombast.
Those who take the moral worldview traditionally associated with evangelicalism most seriously are quite unlikely to support Donald Trump, at least in the primaries.
Yahoo political reporter, Jon Ward, joined the Federalist Radio Hour to recap last night’s primary races.
The evangelical alliance with Donald Trump sets the political witness of Christians back by several generations.
Contrary to the recent media meme, evangelicals are the GOP demographic most skeptical about Donald Trump’s appeal.
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