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Rick Perry asks Christians to ignore 'politically correct police'

Charles City - GOP presidential candidate and governor of Texas Rick Perry, has told Christians to ignore the "politically correct police" who use the principle of separation of church and state to prevent people from expressing their faith in the public arena.

Op-Ed: Billy Graham, icon of a generation of Evangelical Cold War hawks?

America's most famous evangelist Reverend Billy Graham, who rose to national attention, beginning in 1949, with a Christian revival meeting in Los Angeles, turned 93, on Monday. He marked his birthday with the publication of a new book "Nearing Home."

Author speaks on 'why Evangelicals believe weird things'

A Graduate of Yale University, and author of "Broken Words: The Abuse of Science and Faith in American politics," in a recent Op-Ed on Science and Religion Today, contributed views on "Why Evangelicals believe weird things."

Maine Debate: Whose God should be worshiped in the White House?

Bangor - Bangor Daily News organized a "Maine Debate," titled, "Whose God Should be Worshiped in the White House?" The debate was scheduled for 9 a.m. to noon, Tuesday.

Religious think-tank: More Christians support gay rights

The religious think-tank Ekklesia says more Christians are identifying as gay-supporting than in previous decades. The UK-based organization has published its findings ahead of Saturday’s London Pride event, which Christian groups will be attending.

Clergy Strongly Divided on Matter of Global Warming

The LifeWay research group conducted a study on how different religions view the matter of global warming. The survey reveals religious groups do not agree on climate change or the specifics regarding it.

Hawaiians Demand Sovereignty As Demonstrations Planned Nationwide

The Hawaiian sovereignty movement has picked up speed in the past few years. Before recently it was a blip on the screen, but now it is showing up on websites everywhere. But is it real? It certainly is, and it creates risks for the State of Hawaii.

Op-Ed: Conservatives, a Tale of Two Cities

There has been a huge debate and placing of blame on different factions within the GOP. The popular target, these days is the Evangelical Right. Do they deserve this criticism or are they the victims of a group of Republicans suffering from myopia?

Obama Reaches Out To 'Religious Left'

Presumed Democratic nominee Senator Barack Obama of Illinois is working hard to appeal to the Evangelical community.

This November, Will Evangelicals Vote McCain Or Stay Home?

With Senator John McCain of Arizona as the presumed GOP nominee, there have been a few questions. One such question posed: will McCain get support from Christian Conservatives?

Evangelicals Play Vital Role In South Carolina GOP Race

US Republican presidential hopeful and former governor of Arkansas Mike Huckabee is trying to reach out to the Evangelical Christians of South Carolina. It was that same group that gave Mike Huckabee the victory in the Iowa Republican caucuses.

Op-Ed: Mike Huckabee's sneaky ad is a miracle

In a transparent bid to remind voters of his Christian credentials, Mike Huckabee, an ordained Baptist minister, has released a new campaign ad which found a clever way to include a cross in the picture without it seeming deliberate.
 

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Newt Gingrich explained to CBN's David Brody that his many affairs have made him seem "more normal" to the average joe.
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