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Is a Prophet Like MLK Possible Today?
Hearts have hardened, and the opponents of racial justice don’t hear the words of prophets.
Democrats Won Big With a Key Demographic of Trump’s Base During Midterms
If you’re looking for a key 2020 demographic, white working class women who aren’t evangelicals could be crucial in battleground states.
Does Donald Trump Have a Reelection Strategy?
Trump seems incapable of “pivoting to the center” or becoming more popular. So either he’ll wing it, or focus on demonizing his opponent.
Will Trump Dump Sycophant-in-Chief Mike Pence?
Some advisers want Trump to find a replacement veep who could appeal to women in 2020. But the Christian right would be unhappy about losing Pence.
White Evangelicals Keep Standing Up for Their (Grand Old) Party
When it comes to politics, the big gap isn’t between the religious and the irreligious, but between white Evangelicals and everyone else.
Will Andrew Gillum’s Christian Progressive Running Mate Help Win Evangelicals?
It’s not clear whether Gillum was doubling down or reaching out to evangelicals with his unconventional choice of Chris King as running-mate.
Franklin Graham Invades ‘Godless’ California
In the state where Billy Graham built his national reputation, Franklin Graham has embraced the Christian right activism his father rejected.
Americans With No Religion Greatly Outnumber Those Powerful White Evangelicals
While conservative evangelicals were busy boasting about their numbers and power, they started shrinking like other U.S. faith communities.
Evangelicals Have Displaced Catholics As the Anti-Abortion Movement’s Base
The shift of white Evangelicals into the anti-abortion camp has had a lot to do with partisan polarization over abortion policy.
White Evangelicals Are Trump’s Base
Conservatives like to think of anti-Trump folk as living in a bubble. Could it be that pro-Trump white Evangelicals are isolated from everyone else?