Dear evangelical friends who love Donald Trump:

From Bruce Wydick: I also am white, identify as an evangelical Christian, but do not share your support for Mr. Trump. And the purpose of my writing this is to try to persuade you that, even in your disillusionment with the status quo, even in a world troubled with terrorism and economic turmoil that may …

SCOTUS dudes may not get it.

Last week, the Supreme Court heard arguments about a portion of Obamacare’s birth control mandate. (From what I can tell, the question revolved around whether the Little Sisters of the Poor are violating their religious beliefs by not providing coverage for contraceptives, or something like that). It became obvious from their questions that some of the black-robed dudes just didn’t get …

Why, HERE’s another Cruz supporter

Mike Bickle, about whom you can read more here. And here’s the announcement of this minister’s endorsement of the Lipless Canadian. And no, Bro. Mike. People don’t get mad because this is “politically incorrect.” They get mad because you’re misquoting the scriptures and sounding like a big ol’ jackass. You’re making the rest of us look …

The God gap

So in today’s Iowa caucus (more on that here), Anne Pluta at the New York Times is watching the so-called “God gap,” or religiosity as opposed to religious affiliation. According to some research, people who are more observant (particularly among Christians) tend to vote Republican. Fascinating, yes?

What would you call Christians these days?

A pastor named Brian Zahnd went on Twitter last night and said that the concept of “evangelical” has been turned into something ugly, and though I don’t usually get into a lot of conversations on The Twitters, I agreed with him. So the conversation progressed: If “evangelical” now carries with it the stench of ugly, what should …