by Jack Jenkins Aug 4, 2015
Can one event sum up the decline of the Religious Right?
by Beenish Ahmed Jul 8, 2015
Kenyans are outraged by the thought that President Obama will seek to influence what they see as Kenya's conservative culture, even though the push to strip LGBT people of their rights has largely been led by Evangelical Americans.
by Kira Lerner May 14, 2015
The likely presidential contender will meet with religious leaders in Washington next week to convince them he is socially conservative enough to win the Republican nomination.
by Zack Ford Feb 27, 2015
The country's largest Christian denominations claim that their opposition to same-sex marriage has nothing to do with disadvantaging same-sex couples.
by Ryan Koronowski Nov 22, 2014
A recent poll found that 77 percent of white evangelical Protestants attributed recent natural disasters to biblical "end times" and just 49 percent pointed to climate change.
by Zack Ford Nov 4, 2014
For all its contortions and marginal advancements, Southern Baptist theology hasn't changed; it's still inherently anti-LGBT.
by Zack Ford Nov 3, 2014
Southern Baptists applaud discrimination against same-sex couples because they actually believe their religious liberty is under threat.
by Zack Ford Oct 31, 2014
However the Southern Baptist Convention has softened its tone on homosexuality, it still rejects transgender identities outright.
The Southern Baptist Convention's change in tone (if not theology) on LGBT issues is due in large part to the leadership of Russell Moore.
by Zack Ford Oct 30, 2014
ThinkProgress joined 1,200 Southern Baptist leaders for a conference addressing "The Gospel, Homosexuality, and the Future of Marriage."