It turns out that not only are Americans not the least bit enamored at the prospect of an evangelical fanatic as president, they are, by a large majority (61%), much more supportive of a gay or lesbian occupying the White House than a religious Republican seeking to rule according to Christianity.
2016 may be the Year the mainstream media is surprised to discover there are actual Christians out there - and they don't vote Republican.
Although the religious right has effectively, through the Catholic Supreme Court, eliminated the Establishment Clause of the 1st Amendment and wiped out religious freedom of non-evangelicals, women, and non-believers, they are still convinced they are facing an existential threat from the federal government.
Last week, the hate mongers' efforts finally paid off and drove an extremist Christian into a rage that earned him banishment from the Maryland high school his daughter attended for making what amounts to a terrorist threat against school officials.
The health law is cover for the real enemy that Republicans will go to any lengths to defeat; President Barack Obama.
"Prominent national faith leaders, pollsters and others said they are witnessing what appear to be early signs of a spiritual awakening."
Fundamentalist Christianity is determined to turn not only our government, but more frighteningly, our military, into their tool
You have to wonder at what point Pope Francis will have pulled the rug out from beneath America's Catholic and Evangelical clergy.
Support from religious conservatives is in jeopardy as Republicans are accepting the idea the gay community deserves the same right to marry as heterosexual couples.
Unlike football, one group of Christians is playing by a different set of rules that defy the tenets of the religion and its adherents' claim to be followers of Christ.
The Religious Right took a black eye in 2012 but they are far from powerless and will be back to attack the Constitution in 2016
Paul Ryan says Obama's path compromises some non-existent values; the real problem is that Obama stands between Ryan and the Constitution
Ralph Reed, the 90's Evangelical Wunderkind, once disgraced, is back again mobilizing the vote he once said was mythical, for Mitt Romney