A LifeWay Research survey indicates frequent use of "God talk" actually may be more likely to hurt rather than help a candidate's chances with voters.
Using data collected between 1972 and 2008, a Duke University professor of sociology and religion says America not only is losing its religion, but also has lost confidence in religious leaders and wants them to be less involved in politics.
WASHINGTON (ABP) -- Leaders of the nation’s largest Hispanic evangelical organization warned leaders of the Republican Party Aug. 17 that their increasingly strident rhetoric on immigration puts the party at risk of losing an entire generation of Latino voters.
JEFFERSON CITY — Voters in Jefferson City voted down a pair of attempts to open Missouri’s capital city to riverboat or casino gambling, defeating a pair of charter amendments on April 8. A ballot measure calling for voters to repeal a city charter ban on
By Bill Webb Word&Way Editor JEFFERSON CITY — Voters in Missouri’s capital will make a decision April 8 either to overturn a ban on riverboat gambling or to keep casinos out of the community. Opponents of casino gambling in the city organized shortly
Voters vote 3-1 against sales tax Jefferson City - The Baptist Building in Jefferson City is for sale once again after Cole County voters gave a resounding "no" to a sales tax increase to fund a new justice center on Feb. 8. The Missouri Baptist