In the months leading up to the election, the topic of immigration reform has disappeared from the presidential candidates' conversations.
Around the nation, Christians are lifting up the biblical call to social justice and care for the poorest and most vulnerable, globally and in their communities, through participation in Sojourners
In the black Baptist church where I worship every Sunday, it's no surprise that Republicans don't own the evangelical vote.
For egalitarians, it is an appeal to scripture rather than liberal political thought (as Sarah Sumner suggested in Christianit
Those of us who categorically oppose U.S.-sponsored torture were gratified to hear the consensus between John McCain and Barack Obama in their recent debate at Ole Miss.
Last week I celebrated the political prominence women enjoy today as a direct extension of the gains earned for women by early evangelica
The soul of evangelical Christianity is under stress.
During the final week of the 2000 presidential election, I was in the fall semester of my freshman year in college, feeling incredibly hungry-hungrier than I had ever been before.
Regardless of your political affiliation or inclinations, the presidential campaign this year has been one of "firsts" for women.
After Sarah Palin was selected by John McCain as the Republican vice-presidential candidate, reporters asked me whether the pick was desperate, brilliant, or risky.