United Evangelicals Stand

The 2012 election saw evangelicals vote Republican at a 4-to-1 ratio. Read More

The Politics of Heroes and Villains

Why a black-or-white political theology shouldn't be enough for the Church. Read More

What the Most Negative Election in U.S. History Says About Us

From name-calling to mudslinging, this year's election was an ugly spectator sport—so why did we keep watching? Read More

The Biggest Problem With the Debates (and How to Fix It)

What do you do when both candidates say the other is lying?

The biggest—most disappointing—problem we’re facing in the presidential debates so far? The lying. Read More

What's the Point of Politics?

As political ambivalence grows among young adults, Washington rolls on as usual. But what will it take for young people—especially young Christians—to trust politics again? Read More

Mitt Romney may have taken Nevada last week following his victory in Florida, but a new poll suggests President Obama has gained favor overall among voters. According to the ABC News poll, among registered voters, Obama is ahead of Romney 51 to 45 percent, and 50 percent of voters believe he deserves reelection ...