Evangelicals, of all people, should not be silent about Donald Trump's blatant immorality.
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Real-estate mogul Donald Trump contrasted his own "evangelical" beliefs with US Sen. Ted Cruz's (R-Texas) religious beliefs at a Friday-night campaign rally. "I am an evangelical. I'm a Christian. I'm a Presbyterian," Trump said, sp...
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump will give a convocation address at Liberty University, a prominent evangelical Christian college that frequently plays host to presidential candidates, his campaign said on Friday.
Making an appeal to evangelical base that he will need for his drive to the White House, presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks to Christians at the Faith and Freedom Conference. Trump’s appeal to Christians has be...
Christian ethicist Russell Moore has said that congregations too afraid of being political to speak out against acts of immorality, like abortion, are similar to churches in the 1800s that remained silent on the issue of slavery.