Evangelicals are hoping that President Donald Trump brings about the apocalypse.
A tenth say it’s the most important reason they do so.
New data on religious trends from ABC and the Washington Post shows that people reporting “no religion” are now a much larger part of the population than the white evangelicals who dominate the Republican Party and Donald Trump’s “base.”
One evangelical writer said, in complete sincerity, that the way to keep teenagers in the church was to
Evangelicals are The American Taliban. To many, that will seem a garish and inconceivable statement. The entire purpose of this article is to point out that religious extremism also exists in America as it does in other parts of the world, and that it is not just radical muslims who are extreme, it’s also radical christians … and that religious extremism can start with something as simple as, “I’ll pray for you.”
A new study suggests different groups of Americans see their country in radically divergent ways.
“The Council For National Policy” is a Conservative Think Tank, made up of a who’s who of prominent conservatives; Rick Santorum, Mike Huckabee, Reince Priebus, Tim LaHaye, Bobby Jindal, John McCain…
The clash between two of the country’s largest religious groups forebodes a fierce and high-stakes battle over Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation to the Supreme Court.
Christian Evangelicals – America’s most vocal religious demographic is terrified of becoming one more marginalized religious minority.
Atheist Ireland, the Evangelical Alliance of Ireland, and the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community speaking together in support of separation of church and state