Conservatives would have much to fear if intolerant liberals succeed in their goal of transforming America, says Kim R. Holmes, author of The Closing of the Liberal Mind: How Groupthink and Intolerance Define the Left.
Liberals are now totally fed up with deliberative democracy. The message is clear: "Obey, or you will be punished."
Donald Trump is now the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, despite the efforts of his strongest opponents — evangelical Christians.
Both President Barack Obama and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump use overly-simplistic rhetoric about Islamic extremism that is harmful, Imam Abdullah Antepli argued at Faith Angle Forum.
In our new secular age, there are two possible trajectories for evangelical churches, Christian philosopher James K.A. Smith argued at Faith Angle Forum.
Mothers in same-sex parenting households are more likely to feel bothered by and angry at their children, and believe their children are harder to care for than most other children, according to an academic study.
Christian philosopher James K.A. Smith suggested a connection between secularization and Donald Trump at a March Faith Angle Forum.
For all the talk about the Republican presidential candidate and Ohio governor being a "moderate," Kasich is an extremist, more akin to President Barack Obama, on religious freedom.
As crazy as this sounds, Americans could "feel the bern" and elect democratic socialist Bernie Sanders as our next president. Here's how.
In the Republican presidential race, what differentiates the evangelicals supporting Ted Cruz from the evangelicals supporting Marco Rubio? It's complicated. Here are five theories.
There are now six candidates who could be our next president.
The Christian Post invited all the presidential candidates of both major parties to answer the same set of 12 questions. Here are Jeb Bush's answers.
The Christian Post invited all the presidential candidates of both major parties to answer the same set of 12 questions. Here are Marco Rubio's answers.
Conservative Evangelical Author Matt Lewis on Trump, Evangelicals and Stupid Republicans (Interview)
How did the Republican Party become the "stupid party" and what can be done to change it? In Too Dumb to Fail: How the GOP Betrayed the Reagan Revolution to Win Elections (and How It Can Reclaim Its Conservative Roots), conservative columnist Matt Lewis offers answers.
The Christian Post invited all the presidential candidates of both major parties to answer the same set of 12 questions. Here are Ben Carson's answers.
While there has been much ballyhoo about the fact that Donald Trump said "Two" instead of "Second" Corinthians in his Liberty University speech, how he used the verse in a political speech is more problematic.
President Barack Obama and South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley both attacked Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump during Tuesday night's State of the Union address and the Republican response.
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley delivered the Republican response to President Barack Obama's 2016 State of the Union Address.
Before Wheaton College suspended professor Larycia Hawkins after saying Christians and Muslims "worship the same God," Hawkins wrote a statement to Provost Stanton Jones reaffirming her commitment to the school's statement of faith.
"These Trump supporters are horrible; how do we get their vote?" is the contradictory message heard from various Democratic corners these days.
The Christian Post invited all the presidential candidates of both major parties to answer the same set of 12 questions. Here are Carly Fiorina's answers.
If your purpose in life is to glorify God, why become an economist? Christian economist Arthur Brooks answered this question at a November Faith Angle Forum.
The debate over whether Christians and Muslims worship the same God could've been constructive. How did it go so wrong?
Though he denied supporting legal status for unauthorized immigrants during Tuesday night's Republican presidential debate, Sen. Ted Cruz told Samuel Rodriguez in 2013 he would support such a measure.
How could members of a black church forgive the man who murdered nine of their brethren? Historian Albert J. Raboteau explained the rich tradition of forgiveness within the African-American church experience at last month's Faith Angle Forum.