(RNS) — While a few conservative evangelical Trump supporters have openly criticized his administration's border policy separating children from their parents, most of the 'court evangelicals' have not. Their silence sheds light on how evangelicals...
Author - John Fea
There is nothing unusual with a religious organization making employees sign a statement of faith. But the fact that the ABS has decided to adopt such a statement after functioning for 202 years without one makes this development noteworthy.
(RNS) If Kentucky couldn't bring Christianity and the Bible back into the schools in an overt way, it could at least bring it into the curriculum under the guise of history and social studies. (COMMENTARY)
(RNS) These Court Evangelicals have sacrificed the prophetic voice of their Christian faith for a place of power and influence in the current administration.
(RNS) The fact that so many mainstream evangelical leaders opposed Trump's order, while 76 percent of their followers supported it, is further evidence of the way politics — particularly the Trump candidacy — divided American evangelicalism.
(RNS) Where is the outrage from evangelical pulpits, especially among preachers who are intent upon using their influence to build a Christian culture?
(RNS) "I am upset by the results of the election and I am particularly saddened that 81 percent of white American evangelicals got into bed with a monster on Tuesday (Nov. 8)," writes John Fea. "But I am also encouraged and have not lost hope."
(RNS) Historians have the responsibility to remind the country that 'Make America Great Again' is a historical statement that should raise a lot of questions.
(RNS) The founders who crafted the original state governments thought it was a good idea for ministers to stay out of politics.
(RNS) The only thing keeping Donald Trump afloat in these troubled waters is his May 18 announcement about the Supreme Court.
(RNS) To suggest that religious freedom and religious tolerance have been the single most important principle of American life is flat-out wrong.
(RNS) Evangelical churches and colleges have failed to educate people on how to think in a Christian way about their role as citizens.
(RNS) The beliefs of the conservative evangelicals who support Cruz and the conservative evangelicals who support Trump are really two sides of the same coin.