Evangelicalism

The evangelical college, led by president Jerry Falwell, Jr., said it will comply with Virginia's new governmental directives concerning COVID-19.
Ralph Drollinger, who leads a Bible study for Trump's cabinet members, claims homosexuality, environmentalism and atheism are signs of God's wrath.
Trump's loyal evangelical fans see the president's choice of the holiest date on the Christian calendar as a meaningful goal, even if it's purely aspirational.
Despite the president's lies and initial skepticism about the crisis, most white evangelical Christians strongly approve of what he's done.
Pastor Guillermo Maldonado previously suggested that people who skipped services were caving to fears instead of believing in God's promises.
What men may characterize as strong leadership, women see as bullying and abusive language, experts say.
A new song by an evangelical singer shames Christian supporters of President Donald Trump.
The Indiana pastor puts evangelicals who support Trump on notice.
The White House announced it is strengthening protections for prayer in public schools and protecting the flow of federal funds to religious organizations.
The word "damn" is "destructive and damaging to impressionable children," according to One Million Moms.
An ad from the Lincoln Project, led by George Conway and other anti-Trump Republicans, is calling out evangelicals who support the president.
“Beware of false prophets," warns the spot by the conservative group the Lincoln Project.
Donald Trump is launching "Evangelicals for Trump” at a Miami megachurch on Friday, days after Christianity Today denounced him in an editorial.
There are a few policy areas ― regulating carbon dioxide emissions, for example -- where Trump's goals may not perfectly align with those of white evangelicals.
"What part of Donald Trump's past would Jesus be more proud of?" tweeted one wit. Lust, pride, greed, envy or wrath?
The editorial is in response to a Christianity Today editorial published last week that condemns President Donald Trump.
Mark Galli says it's strange that people who "take the teachings of Jesus Christ seriously" can't see that Trump's character is "deeply concerning."
President Donald Trump blasted Christianity Today as a "far left magazine," while Franklin Graham called the viral editorial a “partisan attack.”
As the Senate takes up his impeachment trial, white Christian evangelicals remain firmly in the president's corner.