Although Donald Trump secured the 2016 election with the rock-solid support of white evangelical voters — by some estimates 80 percent — American Christianity is far from synonymous with white conservatism
Evangelicals view Trump as their protector. Will they stand by him in 2020?
Five years ago today, a white police officer killed an unarmed black teenager named Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo. A human became a hashtag, an uprising occurred and a movement was born
Leaders from some of the largest evangelical denominations are worried about recent reports that the Trump administration might effectively end the US refugee resettlement program
President Donald Trump's support among white evangelicals has remained at a steady high since taking office in January 2017, according to polls
After a lackluster performance among religious voters in 2016, some of the Democratic presidential contenders have vowed to do better in 2020, moving to hire personnel charged with selling the candidates — and their party — to the devout