Biden's stance on transgender rights have irked some conservatives, but rights groups have praised his commitment to enacting protections for the community.
The president's support among white evangelical Protestants and white Catholics appears to have declined somewhat since 2016.
Some internet preachers have described Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death as an opportunity to shift the balance on the Supreme Court, potentially putting the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling in jeopardy.
A group on the Christian crowdfunding website Give Send Go amassed nearly a half-million dollars for alleged Kenosha, Wisconsin shooter Kyle Rittenhouse's legal defense - but now they say "Big Tech" has stepped in to halt the fundraising.
A former Liberty University professor of 21 years said she, her students and Christians of faith alike are struggling and "doubting" their faith in the wake of Jerry Falwell Jr.'s sex scandal.
The announcement comes as Franklin Graham is slated to speak at the Republican National Convention this week.
Despite the slip in support, about 82 percent of white evangelical Protestants who are registered voters would at least lean toward voting for Trump in November.
An ad published in The Tennessean warned "Islam" is going to set off a nuclear bomb in Nashville on July 18.
President Trump saw a double-digit drop in support among white Christians since coronavirus pandemic measures began in mid-March.
"We're in a global pandemic and can't go to church. I thought it was a nice thought," he explained.
"For us to not have services due to a virus would be for us to go against our extremely strong convictions of the power of God to protect," Awaken Church in Arkansas wrote in a Facebook post.
A 63 percent majority of Americans say they don't view the president as religious, but a 55 percent majority of U.S. adults say Joe Biden likely holds to his Catholic faith.
"Look at the spiritual rebellion that is in this country, the hatred of God, the hatred of the Bible," Rick Wiles said.
In a statement to Newsweek, the school called media reports of the explusion "inaccurate" and said the social media post was not the only reason the freshman student was removed from the academy.
President Trump accused Pete Buttigieg of using religion as a political prop—a charge frequently levied against his own reelection campaign.
MSNBC host Joy Reid and columnist Leonard Pitts discussed the "cult-like" religiosity of President Donald Trump's supporters, saying that at least former Republican President George W. Bush had a "soul."
"And all of that arrogance and confidence and cockiness that you all see me use before, God is now using for him," the artist said.
"Stretch out your arm and deliver President Trump and rid him of any bondage the enemy would try to bring against him," the televangelist prayed.
Graham, the president of Samaritan's Purse and his late father's Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, quoted the Bible Friday in a plea for Americans to purchase a "Pray for 45" T-shirt.
Trump's longtime personal pastor said he once tried to build a glass cathedral megachurch and described him as a "quiet Christian" who doesn't need to quote the Bible.
Newsweek spoke to two academics who immersed themselves in evangelical communities to understand how a quarter of the U.S. population came to reject the idea that climate change is a man-made problem.
U.S. Soccer Women's National Team goalie Ashlyn Harris said the team aims to "unite and bring" people together.
"I'm hot mess on a stick, I blew it a few times...but I refuse to believe I give Christians a bad name."
Pastor E.W. Jackson, a Baptist minister, praised the Trump administration for rejecting requests from U.S. embassies to fly the gay pride symbol on their flagpoles this month.
Robert Henderson says he received messages about Trump in a dream prior to the election.
Agents from an organization directly under the control of Ali Khamenei also changed the locks and threatened the church's warden.
"It's got to be unthinkable for us even to consider putting a homosexual in the White House as our next president," right-wing Christian radio host Bryan Fischer said.