The error completely undermines the premise of the report, and suggests the people at Politico aren’t clear on the meaning of the term ‘evangelical.’
I get frustrated with how poorly news media often cover the internal lives of religious believers and how distorted faith often becomes in news stories.
The New York Times attempts to exculpate the senators who grilled Seventh Circuit juicial nominee Amy Coney Barrett by blaming Barrett for their questions.
Fighting back, an almost elvish humor, and staying in the game—this was vintage Mike Cromartie, even in the first months of his nearly four-decade career in the nation’s capital.
Literally no one takes the Bible literally. But otherwise intelligent pollsters and journalists continue to ask the question as a gauge for who takes the Bible seriously—or too seriously.
Far from debating the merits of Betsy DeVos’s support of school choice, a New York Times op-ed insinuates she’s a religious zealot who intends to Christianize public education.
In an interview with WNYC’s ‘Fresh Air,’ New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet admits his newspaper knows nothing about religion or the role it plays in people’s lives.
‘Catholic leaders’ believe that ‘climate change’ is on the ‘same level’ as abortion and the death penalty? If you know about Catholics, you’d be skeptical.
No, Ted Cruz was not calling for Christ’s physical body to arise and stump for him.
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