Led by Obama, Democrats are making a bid for evangelical voters. Lost cause or holy grail?
OK, God, we know James Dobson asked his followers to pray for rain on Obama in Denver last week. But this storm in New Orleans isn't what anybody had in mind.
As Obama accepts his party's presidential nomination on the forty-fifth anniversary of King's most famous speech, a historian looks beyond the obvious analogies.
The case against Victoria Osteen embodies the narcissism of those who preach the Gospel of prosperity.
Obama's incredible faith-based initiative.
Women increasingly are taking leadership roles in Jewish life--and that's a problem?
The movement she inspired--passionate, pacifist and siding with the scorned--is seventy-five and going strong.
With little to lose and everything to gain, Obama has lifted high the cross. But are there invisible strings attached?
Accusations by right-wing Zionists of anti-Semitism at the University of California, Irvine, are suspect at best.
How solidly Republican will Christian evangelicals be in 2008? Could concern about the planet be the issue that draws many believers into the Democratic camp?