There is not a holy book on the face of the planet – certainly not the Bible – that can justify Trump's words or deeds.
According to the right-wing pastor, it's okay if we elect immoral leaders because "Jesus was the only perfect man who walked the earth."
Greedy evangelicals expected much more in remuneration for their electoral support for Trump’s candidacy than freedom to violate IRS rules with impunity.
Yoest has a long record of undermining women’s access to health care by distorting the facts; her selection shows the administration is pandering to extreme evangelical conservatives.
She thinks biblically, She doesn’t need time to figure out how to vote because she sees the world through a scriptural lens. "We need more like her in office."
Repealing the Johnson Amendment will create a loophole in campaign disclosure laws; nonpartisanship is a cornerstone principle that has strengthened the public’s trust of the charitable community.
The world is a different place than conservatives wish it to be, and those differences are only going to become more pronounced.
The evangelical fundamentalists, all 13.2 percent of them, are appealing to vice president-elect Pence by petition and demanding that he, as head of domestic policy, inform president-elect Trump that it is crucial to immediately issue an executive order in"definitely banning” the teaching of evolution as science.
The Republican Bevin’s “insurrection talk” has elicited the second call for his impeachment as governor in six months; the first came within a month of him being sworn in office as Kentucky governor.
"You know that Daniel Radcliffe has declared himself an atheist? I’m serious. What a weird thing. Why would a guy who has had all that success just, I mean, what the hell is wrong with him?”
It was ironic that an insurance company specializing in covering churches refused to pay for flood damage to a church they said it was an act of god.
The latest drive toward an iteration of Sharia Law for the cult of right-wing Christians panting for a theocracy is playing out in Kentucky.
These leaders came together to “guide their congregations’ prayers toward protecting a woman’s right to access an abortion.”
The Pope has inserted his holy self into American politics by questioning Trump’s Christian bona fides
Ryan says prayer comes first, when disaster strikes their home districts, it's money that comes first. Prayer is what they offer for other people.
Kentucky taxpayers are being "compelled" to spend at least $18 million to build and support the Answers in Genesis Noah's Ark theme park
A coalition of Muslim organizations held a press conference in Washington DC to denounce the Paris terrorist attacks.
Pew has announced that the religiously unaffiliated (or "nones") are "now the largest single religious group among Democrats."
Drowning in evidence, Cruz denies there is evidence, and then claims if we say he "denies" it we're proving climate change is a religion
Ben Carson said Sunday that Muslims with nukes tip the world toward the biblical "end of days," not religious fanatics like him