…liberals fully supported RFRA until they realized it could be used by Christians as well as obscure minority religions.
“States that have that protection can clearly compete and win in this competitive economic climate.”
“…it appears that Georgians have a clear choice for governor.”
Most evangelicals say the 2016 election brought to the surface some underlying divisions.
“Kennesaw State has done the right thing…”
We may not be able to legislate morality, but we can permit the legislation of immorality if we fail to vote
“When Christians engage in politics … we have the ability to affect and change culture.”
A slim majority of pastors say they approve of the job President Donald Trump has done in the White House, according to a new LifeWay Research study, but many are unsure.
In my eleven years of lobbying at the Georgia Capitol, this one stands out as one of the most consistently contentious sessions I have witnessed. While I certainly understand that there are always tense moments when it comes to supporting or opposing legislation related to moral and social issues, this year’s session seemed to be […]