Michael Brown has been very open in his criticism of white evangelicals. Now, in the wake of the election, he's asking his black evangelical friends some tough questions.
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Take a look at Appomattox, Va., a town known historically as "where our nation reunited." After the 2012 election, which has emphasized the division of our nation, can we find harmony among discord?
Jack Hayford says the bitter fruit of the 2012 presidential outcome is in the disappearing fruitage of the church's inherent, God-given dynamic to affect the spiritual climate of our nation.
In response to an article from the Rev. Dennis Dillon on why Christians should vote for Barack Obama, Bishop Joseph Mattera refutes his claims and explains why Christians should vote for Mitt Romney.
In just a few weeks millions of Americans will determine the destiny of this great nation. Evangelist Steve Hill offers some ammunition from the Bible as you enter more aggressively this war of wars.
The time has come for us as Christians to help restore the true spirit of America.
Can Christians save the mess that is todays American political scene? Better yet, should we? Charisma asked two pastors to offer their unique viewpoints on the role politics plays in believers lives.
Samuel Rodriguez is more preacher than politician. These days, however, the leader of the nations largest group of Hispanic Christians is caught in the crossfire of immigration reform.
She was vilified by the media, hated by pro-abortion activists and adored by many evangelical Christians. Her 2008 candidacy energized conservatives, broke tradition and made history.
The 2008 presidential election has been more contentious than any in recent historyespecially for evangelical Christians.
Many Christians live in fear of breaking the law if they promote a political candidate. Here are the facts you need to know.
He's tough, he's angry, and he's not afraid to mix religion and politics. Meet Lou Sheldon, who founded the Traditional Values Coalition to protect the country from gay activists, abortion lobbyists and any politician--Republican or Democrat--who is hostile to biblical morality.
Vice presidential canditate Joseph Lieberman is attracting Christian votes because he talks about God more than your average Democrat.