Religion and the 2016 Republican National Convention
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On September 28, more than 30 pastors around the country defied the Internal Revenue Service rule that clergy may not engage in partisan politicking from their pulpits.
Rev. C. Welton Gaddy, president of the Interfaith Alliance, says there are dangerous consequences for religion when houses of worship get too political.
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Meat is kosher if it has been prepared according to Jewish law and certified so by a rabbi. But what if the plant managers were accused of unfair labor practices?
RELIGION & ETHICS NEWSWEEKLY has released a new survey showing that younger evangelicals are less supportive of John McCain than their parents are.
The financial crisis and bailout are so huge they will severely impede whatever plans President Obama or President McCain had for his presidency.
Sister Simone Campbell is national coordinator for NETWORK, a Catholic social justice lobby group. She has worked with Senator Joe Biden for several years and describes how she has seen him live out his Catholic faith.
At last month's Values Voter Summit in Washington, D.C., Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly asked social conservatives to describe their views of Sarah Palin and her qualifications to be vice president.
Although white evangelical Christians have voted overwhelmingly Republican for the last 20 years, younger evangelicals are less supportive of John McCain than evangelicals over 30, according to a new poll.
A recent survey conducted for Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly finds that young white evangelical Christians are less supportive of John McCain for president than their older counterparts.