By Kevin Eckstrom
Religion News Service
WASHINGTON (RNS) President Obama faces significant challenges on how Americans perceive his religious faith, ...
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I support Obama's presidency because I am convinced that he is seized by this biblical vision of just and fair and compassionate governance. Yet, the presidency is a political position.
There is no way to understand President elect Obama's victory as anything less than the start of not just a monumental political change but a spiritual revolution as well.
Many of the nation's leading Jesus Thieves convened in Denver last Tuesday to work towards uniting behind the candidacy McCain, a man who used to have the courage to denounce such charlatans.
I wish a presidential candidate would have the gumption to ask what has become a forbidden question: Do we need a faith-based initiative at all?
The conservative Evangelical biographer of George W. Bush and Tom DeLay has moved on to a new subject: Barack Obama. And his new book, due out this su...
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