"Please get vaccinated so our nutcase of a Governor will have less reasons for mindless restrictions!" Jerry Falwell, Jr. told his followers on Instagram Wednesday.
"We need to repent as a nation of the stuff that's being pushed through," Tony Perkins of the conservative Family Research Council said.
"The best way to explain zombie bloodlust is this: the appetite of demons expressed through humans," conspiracy theorist and radio host Steve Quayle said during a Tuesday appearance on "The Jim Bakker Show."
Pastor Mario Murillo said Christians should pray for the nation to "wake up from this spell."
"I think Jesus Christ would advocate for people using vaccines and medicines to treat suffering and save lives," Graham wrote on Facebook Wednesday.
"I am not gonna put any kind of spin on it, the policies that are coming out of this administration are literally from the pit of hell," Conservative Christian activist Tony Perkins recently said before denouncing President Joe Biden's end to the ban on transgender people in the military.
"Don't mess with us, corrupt political regimes," Robin Bullock warned.
"I have serious concerns for the charismatic-prophetic world that if we do not wake up, if we do not humble ourselves, there is greater judgment to come," said Jeremiah Johnson.
A survey conducted by Pew Research Center found 72 percent of white evangelicals, as well as 65 percent of Republicans, believed evangelical Christians will lose influence under Joe Biden's administration.
"We feel the urgent need to denounce this violent mutation of our faith," the evangelical Christian leaders wrote in an open letter.
Evangelical Christians have a right to share our views peacefully and work to improve our nation, protect families and contribute to the common good.
Representative Adam Kinzinger said Tuesday that Christian leaders should "lead the flock back into the truth."
Videos posted to social media show youthful attendees of the Christian "Xtreme Winter" event in Branson, Missouri mingling without following social distancing guidelines or wearing face masks.
Christian "prophets" and ministers across the U.S. are following up on their nearly unanimous prophecies proclaiming President Donald Trump would "without question" win re-election.
Pastor George Pearsons said Trump had "endeavored to follow" God's word.
Pastor Robert Jeffress dismissed John Piper's remarks as "dead wrong" and called his comparison a "false equivalency."
The president, trailing in the polls, will be looking to surrogates such as his vice president to help bolster support as Election Day nears.
Two-thirds of Republicans agree American society punishes men "just for acting like men," a new survey finds.
"They're all hustlers," Trump reportedly said, describing conservative religious leaders.
"President Trump will establish a new Supreme Court justice," Pastor Robert Henderson said. "That's no accident."
Pastor Rick Joyner insisted that the Black Lives Matter movement is secretly a "Marxist organization" and a "reverse KKK" that seeks to "destroy freedom in America" in a video posted online Thursday.
Liberty University's top lawyer reportedly expressed concerns that continued contact between Jerry Falwell Jr. and staff would be "not well received by our supporters who do not want Mr. Falwell to be running Liberty University behind the scenes" in a recent letter to employees.
A majority of Americans say Jesus was a great teacher and nothing more during his lifetime, which several Christian leaders say is evidence today's faithful are "drifting away" from traditional evangelist teachings.
Although most white evangelicals and most conservatives voted for Trump in 2016, he divorced his party from conservative beliefs and makes a daily mockery of Christian values like charity, empathy and humility.
The president's approval ratings have declined among Christians, while his Democratic rival has looked to bolster his faith outreach.
A conservative evangelical stands for the Catholic school system.
President Trump saw a double-digit drop in support among white Christians since coronavirus pandemic measures began in mid-March.
"Detainees who are elderly or who may otherwise be uniquely vulnerable to the worst effects of COVID-19 are of particular concern," read the Tuesday letter in part.