Tag: American Foreign Policy

  • Read more of Lucky Severson’s interview about evangelicals and politics with author, teacher, and Baptist minister Tony Campolo, an evangelical Democrat. More

    April 23, 2004 | 0 Comments

  • Read more of Lucky Severson’s interview about evangelicals and politics with Congressman Mark Souder (R-Indiana). More

    April 23, 2004 | 0 Comments

  • Part two of a four-part series: the politics of America’s evangelicals. An overwhelming number of all white evangelicals, 70 percent, are Republican or lean toward the political right. But not all evangelicals share the same views. More

    April 23, 2004 | 0 Comments

  • A March 2004 poll shows that America’s evangelicals are comfortable with society around them, but not completely so, and their social and political views are notably diverse. More

    April 13, 2004 | 0 Comments

  • As the U.S. builds coalitions and deploys troops in response to last month’s attacks, an old moral question has resurfaced: In order to fight a great evil, how much evil do you have to condone? R & E discusses the implications with Nina Shea of the Center for Religious Freedom at Freedom House, Dr. Stephen Morrison of the Center for Strategic and International Studies, and Rev. Dr. John Wimberly, Jr. of D.C.’s Western Presbyterian Church. More

    October 5, 2001 | 0 Comments

  • In the mainstream Muslim community, there’s been a new focus on politics in the 2000 election season. For the first time ever, American Muslims have launched a massive, national effort to register voters and organize political activity. More

    October 20, 2000 | 0 Comments

  • Ten years after the Tiananmen Square massacre, U.S.-Sino relations are again at a low point, sparked by the mistaken bombing of the Chinese embassy in Belgrade and charges that China stole nuclear secrets. Some activists are concerned the tense political situation will pose increased difficulties for advocacy and human rights, such as religious freedom. More

    June 4, 1999 | 0 Comments