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In the latest back and forth exchange between the two Republican presidential frontrunners, Ben Carson and Donald Trump, Trump argued Carson's faith is shallow.
Ben Carson took a jab at fellow Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump Wednesday night at an Anaheim, California press conference, questioning the billionaire businessman's faith in God. Trump previously said that his favorite book was the Bible, but would not or could not reveal his favorite verse.
Trump was quick to attack Carson for questioning his commitment to God and his humility, saying Thursday on "The View" that he planned to "finish" the feud himself. more >>
A conference of human rights activists who focus on Christian persecution in the Middle East has called upon Congress to pass a resolution declaring recent actions committed by the Islamic State "genocide."
As part of the annual conference, members of the group In Defense of Christians lobbied elected officials on Capitol Hill to pass Concurrent Resolution 75, which was introduced last week.
Sponsored by Nebraska Congressman Jeff Fortenberry, H. Con. Res. 75 calls upon Congress to label recent acts of intolerance against Christians and other minorities in the Middle East as "crimes against humanity" and "genocide." more >>
Democratic presidential hopeful Senator Bernie Sanders stressed the need for "common ground" on economic issues with his mostly non-like-minded audience at Liberty University.
Speaking as an honored guest at the Evangelical Christian private school's Monday morning convocation, Sanders mentioned that he and most of his audience strongly disagreed on hot-button issues like abortion and gay marriage.
"I came here today because I believe from the bottom of my heart that it is vitally important for those of us who hold different views to be able to engage in a civil discourse," said Sanders. more >>
Democratic Presidential frontrunner Hillary Rodham Clinton vowed to be much nicer to the press during a speech at the bicentennial celebration of the Foundry United Methodist Church in Washington on Sunday.
Two months after Clinton campaign aides roped off reporters at a 4th of July parade in New Hampshire and subsequently drew criticism from Republicans, the lifelong Methodist has promised to be nicer to reporters. The issue was raised when Clinton received unsolicited advice from the church's former pastor J. Philip Wogaman, who ministered to the Clintons during President Bill Clinton's two terms in the White House during the 1990s.
Clinton was joined by Bill, her daughter Chelsea and fellow congregants at Foundry's 200th anniversary celebration where she spoke from the pulpit. more >>
Louisiana Governor and Republican presidential candidate Bobby Jindal targeted frontrunner Donald Trump in a speech, saying the billionaire businessman never read the Bible because "he's not in it" and calling him "dangerous, a narcissist, egomaniac."
"When asked, he couldn't even name a specific or a single Bible verse that was important to him, that had an impact on him," Jindal said at the National Press Club in Washington D.C., according to Daily Caller.
"Well, do you know why? It's clear Donald Trump has never read the Bible. The reason we know he's never read the Bible? He's not in the Bible," added Jindal, who is serving in his second term as governor. more >>