Even early in Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, there were signs that he might struggle to win the hearts of Catholic voters. He was competing for the nomination against a number of Catholic candidates. Source: Why Donald Trump Is Losing Catholic Voters | Religion & Politics
Ron Sider, James Dobson, and Sho Baraka make the best Christian case for each choice. Source: Clinton, Trump, or Neither? 3 Views on the 2016 Presidential Election | Christianity Today
Congressional Chaplains: Can They Welcome All Religions and No Religion at All? | Religion & Politics
This past spring, on the National Day of Prayer, the Freedom from Religion Foundation—a group that advocates for the separation of church and state—filed suit against Congress. Their claim? That House of Representatives Chaplain Patrick Conroy rejected an application from their co-president Dan Barker, an atheist, to deliver a secular guest invocation before the House. […]
This election has urban evangelicals paying more attention to the plight of small-town America. Source: I Overlooked the Rural Poor—Then Trump Came Along | Christianity Today
Just lending advocate Stephen K. Reeves on why more Christians should channel their frustration with national politics into engaging their local officials. Source: Is It Time for a Pivot from National Politics?