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Marco Rubio Says Being Gay 'Not a Choice;' Ex-Gay Christian Says Senator's Statement Reflects Pro-Gay Culture

U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio

Republican 2016 presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio from Florida, said Sunday that he does not believe homosexuality is a choice but "something that people are born with." He also said he believes marriage should be "between one man and one woman" while insisting "it's not that I'm against gay marriage."

U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham

Lindsey Graham '91 Percent Sure' He'll Run for President; Personal Tragedy Taught Him Importance of Family, Friends, Faith

South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham said Sunday there's a "91 percent" chance he will get into the 2016 presidential race, and that he would have a better foreign policy than plans offered by other candidates.

Nancy Pearcey

Same-Sex Marriage Is Disrespectful of the Human Body, Christian Philosopher Nancy Pearcey Says (CP Interview 2/2)

Same-sex marriage supporters ignore biology and disrespect the human body, Nancy Pearcey argued in an interview with The Christian Post about her new book, "Finding Truth: 5 Principles for Unmasking Atheism, Secularism, and Other God Substitutes."

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Religious Freedom Debates Make Evangelicals More Tolerant, Study Finds

When Evangelicals are exposed to arguments defending their own free speech and religious freedom, they become more accepting of extending similar rights to their political foes, a new study found.

Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton Announces Presidential Run for 2016: 'It's Your Time,' She Says to America

Hillary Clinton announced her entry into the 2016 presidential race with a video posted to social media outlets on Sunday; the former first lady, senator, and secretary of state is the first Democrat to enter the race.

Barack Obama

Transgender Week at the White House: Gender Neutral Bathrooms and Conversion Therapy Bans

President Barack Obama symbolically demonstrated support for certain transgender political goals this week by announcing his support for bans on conversion therapy for youth and the addition of a gender neutral bathroom in the White House.

Kirsten Powers

After Comparing Conservative Christians to Racists, Jonathan Merritt and Kirsten Powers Now Shocked to Find Them Treated Like Racists

A year ago, columnists Jonathan Merritt and Kirsten Powers were writing op-eds likening opponents of same-sex marriage to racists. After recent events, however, they both wrote columns expressing their surprise that same-sex marriage opponents were treated like racists.

Robert Putnam

Harvard Professor Robert Putnam on Rich/Poor Opportunity Gap: Kids Need Two Parents, Churches Can Do More Than Government (CP Interview 2/2)

Churches and other religious groups can play an important role in reducing the opportunity gap between rich and poor kids in the United States, professor Robert Putnam said in an interview with The Christian Post about his new book, "Our Kids: The American Dream in Crisis."

Senator Rand Paul

Is Rand Paul More Liberal Than Obama on Foreign Policy?

As Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., officially became the second Republican to formally announce his candidacy for the 2016 presidential election on Tuesday, the 52-year-old obstetrician is already being attacked by conservatives as being "to the left of Obama" when it comes to his foreign policy and openness to negotiating with Iran.