Televangelist Kenneth Copeland, a member of President Trump’s Faith Advisory Council, is a self-described "Christian extremist."
Witnesses claimed that flames engulfed much of the church but stopped when they reached the Bible.
The evangelist says he feels sorry for Trump because “so many people obviously hate him.”
A prominent faith leader in the U.K. says that evangelicals who support Trump cannot justifiably align their faith with the president's policies.
Moore's trump card is his religiosity.
A minority of white evangelicals throw their full support behind President Trump.
The Republican Alabama Senate candidate turns to the Evangelical vote after allegations of sexual abuse were made against him.
More than one-third of evangelicals said they were more likely to support Moore because of recent sexual assault allegations levied against him.
Former pastor says “any dissent is not tolerated at all" at Liberty University.
"The alt-right represents spiritual darkness on the offensive, attacking our Pledge of Allegiance, our Constitution," says the Reverend William Dwight McKissic.
Rodney Howard-Browne said that prayer had “knocked the teeth” out of the storm.
The Green family behind Hobby Lobby stores aim to present Middle Eastern history and culture through a narrow and historically dubious Judeo-Christian lens.
The Christian lobby takes credit for Jon Ossoff’s defeat.
Trump's fundamentalists forgive, forget and thrive on conservative cash.
The Military Religious Freedom Foundation calls the growing fundamentalist element a “national security threat.”
Christian sex advice showcases how evangelicals can hold beliefs that are simultaneously pro-and anti-sex.
A higher proportion of born again Christians voted for Trump than for Bush, McCain or Romney.