The latest news on evangelicals
A panel of evangelical leaders debates the Christian vote.
Evangelicals strongly back McCain, but Obama leads with other Christian voters.
Women, Hispanics, African Americans, Evangelicals, and the young could have an impact.
McCain leads with the group but the Democrat is doing all the right things.
An important new statement says theological principles should trump policy preferences.
In his new book The Future of Faith in American Politics, evangelical leader David Gushee writes that despite the opposition Republican John McCain has encountered from the religious right in his run for the White House, he "offers policy stances on a number of issues that evangelical centrists find appealing -- if he holds on to them."
A new generation might not be so reliably Republican this year.
One in three white evangelical voters who participated in Super Tuesday primaries in Missouri and Tennessee voted Democratic and overwhelmingly marked their ballots for Hillary Clinton, according to poll findings released this morning by the organization Faith in Public Life and the Center for American Progress Action Fund.
The agenda of reformist evangelicals may signal a big shift in 21st-century religion and politics.