Newly released Wikileaks reveal that Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman John Podesta was invited to a "Spirit cooking" dinner last summer with famed performance artist Marina Abramovic.
Indiana Governor and Republican vice presidential hopeful Mike Pence is telling thousands of churches that they should vote for Donald Trump next week to "free up the voices of faith."
Theologian and founder of Desiring God John Piper is saying this week that a Christian is free to not vote; Followers of Jesus, he asserts, must first show their allegiance to another world.
Televangelist James Robison believes that Donald Trump was advised not to show too much remorse for the lewd remarks he has made about women and believes that he has been advised not to act like a "weepy Christian" even though he has opened himself to receiving divine guidance.
Hispanic Evangelical Leader Urges Christians to Vote for Trump? Platform Not 'Personality' Most Important
Hispanic evangelical leader the Reverend Samuel Rodriguez appeared to imply Christians should vote for Republican nominee Donald Trump, encouraging them to cast votes for a pro-life, pro-religious freedom party platform, rather than voting on the "personality" of the nominee, which he called "idolatry."
Republican Party presidential nominee Donald Trump appears to no longer consider the Holy Bible his favorite book, having named two books he wrote instead.
The granddaughter of Billy Graham and daughter of Franklin Graham has endorsed Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and says that this election could affect the religious freedom of conservative Christians for generations to come.
Calling a vote for Hillary Clinton a "big mistake," Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump urged Democrats who voted early for his rival to take it back and vote for him as searches for "how do I change my vote?" surged 600 percent in the last week, according to Google Trends.
Jerry Falwell Jr. Says Past Personal Experience with Hillary Clinton Shows She Is a Threat to Religious Liberty
Jerry Fallwell Jr., one of Donald Trump's most prominent evangelical backers, is telling of a personal experience with Hillary Clinton that, he says, shows she is a threat to religious freedom.
Pastor Robert Jeffress Says Those Who Refuse to Vote in Presidential Election Looking to Feel 'Holier Than Others'
Pastor Robert Jeffress of the 11,000-member First Baptist Church in Dallas has said that Christians do not have the option of refusing to vote in the upcoming elections on November 8, and compared voting for Republican nominee Donald Trump to voting for other "imperfect" nominees in the past.
Ronnie Floyd: Election Is a 'Simple Decision' in Light of Hillary Clinton's Support for Partial-Birth Abortion
The former president of the nation's largest Protestant denomination is saying this week that the election is a "simple decision" for evangelicals because of one issue: Hillary Clinton's support for partial-birth abortion.
Democrats have increased their support for removing all or most limitations on abortion, according to a recent report by the Pew Research Center.
Evangelicals who are exposed to a Christian Post writer's warning about Donald Trump's Satan-like bargain to evangelicals are more likely to have a negative opinion of the Republican presidential nominee, a new study has found.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton may not be able to agree on much, but one thing that they can agree on is that the brutal Islamic State terrorist organization, which is responsible for attacks in at least 29 countries and the death of thousands, must be defeated.
Next week tens of millions of people across the United States of America will go to the polls and vote for the next president of the free world.
While the presidential election has dominated the news cycle, there are other races down-ballot that could have a major impact on the country and the states.
As federal investigators were able to obtain the warrant needed to review new messages found on a laptop used by Hilary Clinton aide Huma Abedin and her husband, Anthony Weiner, that could be relevant to the completed investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of private server, there are five things readers need to know.
Obama Threatens to Veto Military Spending Bill Because It Protects Religious Freedom of Faith Groups
President Barack Obama is reportedly prepared to veto the critically important and wide-ranging defense authorization bill for fiscal year 2017 if the final version of the bill includes a long-standing religious exemption for faith-based contractors and religious institutions.
Arguably no issue has polarized voters more in this 2016 election cycle than immigration, particularly illegal immigration, and whoever is elected President will address this complex challenge and all its national security and economic dimensions.
Choosing the future president of the United States of America is not the only decision voters across the nation will find themselves voting on come November 8.
Among the most bitterly contested of issues the next president will undoubtedly influence are the legal rights surrounding the institution of marriage which in the last few years has been significantly redefined.
Not Letting Evangelicals, White Working Class Express Their Opinions 'A Recipe for Social Division,' Scholar Says
White evangelical Protestants are more likely to hold a negative view of today's American culture than any other social demographic, an extensive new survey released by the nonpartisan Public Religion Research Institute has found.
Christian conservatives, or the "Religious Right," have become the very people they so ardently warned against, according to the president of the public policy wing of the Southern Baptist Convention.
Although Christian persecution continues to be one of the biggest human rights issues facing the world, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump have shared very few specifics about how they plan to help suffering believers.
The next president will affect the Supreme Court, and in turn the nation, bigly.
Among the top four issues for voters going into the general election on Nov. 8, health care trails only the economy, terrorism and foreign policy according to the Pew Research Center and presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are sharply divided on the issue.
While Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton prides herself on being one of the biggest supporters of abortion and the nation's largest abortion provider Planned Parenthood, her Republican counterpart Donald Trump has made it clear that he will be no friend to the abortion industry if he wins the Oval Office.
Over the past couple of years, there has been increased public outrage over police violence against African-Americans.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and her Republican rival Donald Trump have presented to the American public a foreign policy vision that aligns in some aspects, but also diverges on several important issues, such as NATO.