They aren’t all conservative, and abortion hasn’t always driven their politics. Read full piece
Decades after his death, White evangelicals finally came to recognize King’s contribution to American democracy and biblical justice. But during his lifetime, a large segment of the American church derided King and other activists and even resisted the aims of the civil rights movement.
Democrats won the critical U.S. Senate runoff races on Jan. 5. But did Baptist and other evangelical groups ‘cross a legal line’ in trying to keep Republicans' grip on power?
None of the recent turmoil has eroded much of Trump's support among evangelicals, experts and religious leaders said. Read full piece
As fallout continues from the deadly siege on the U.S. Capitol, Ed Stetzer, head of the Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College, has a message for his fellow evangelicals: it's time for a reckoning. Read full piece
As evangelicals, we must recognize, confess, and lament our role in allowing Christian Nationalism to fuel actions like the insurrection at the Capitol. It’s more important than ever to recognize the dangers associated with mistaking our fear for faith — and our faith for politics.
Evangelicals must stand up and call out our political leaders’ sins for the good of our leadership. As Christ-followers, we have been called to something higher. This higher mission cannot be contained by any political group or expressed by two checked boxes.
No one likes to admit they were fooled. It's tough to admit we were wrong. Now, many evangelicals are seeing President Donald Trump for who he is, but more need to see what he has done to us. It’s time for an evangelical reckoning. Read full piece