Jeb Bush Starts Religious Committee To Win Christian Support

Jeb Bush created the Religious Liberty Advisory Committee to protect the First Amendment. Jeb Bush, one of the Republican presidential candidates, has created a

Ben Carson Wants You To Think This Is Genuine Proof America Is Christian

Ben Carson is using "In God We Trust" to push his agenda that America has a national religion: Christianity. The Republican presidential candidate is

Ben Carson Says Rewrite the Koran and… What? All is Good?

Ben Carson’s thoughts about having a Muslim president were clarified in an interview Sunday on This Week with George Stephanopoulos. 2016 Republican presidential candidate

Ben Carson Says Muslims Shouldn’t Be President

During a Meet the Press  interview, Ben Carson says he "would not advocate" a Muslim American president. In a presidential campaign that has been

Biggest Difference Between Carson and Trump? Carson Doesn’t Deny His Religion

Carson's jab at Trump's religion might rock support for the outspoken candidate. On Wednesday night, Ben Carson finally made his own jab towards Trump,

How Christian is Donald Trump? Recent Comments Have Spectators Questioning His Faith

Trump seems to have difficulty convincing religious groups that he is living a true Christian life. Certainly the most interesting and intriguing personality in

Will Donald Trump Win Over the Evangelical Christian Vote?

Evangelicals have mixed reactions to Trump's candidacy. Anyone who wants to become the next president of the United States needs to consider courting religious

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump vows to be the greatest representative of all Christians

According to Trump, “the Christians are being treated horribly because we have nobody to represent the Christians.” Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump vows that

Donald Trump Presbyterian

Donald Trump Is A Proud Presbyterian

The 2016 U.S. presidential hopeful has a collection of Bibles in his Manhattan apartment. Donald Trump, both by name and by face, is one

Religious “Nones” are Growing, but Where are the Non-Religious Politicians to Cater to Them?

The number of Americans who say they have no religious affiliation has hit an all-time high and still politicians are unaffected by this result.