As more states affirm same-sex marriage, U.S. evangelicals continue to wrestle with homosexuality, setting boundaries for what’s acceptable and what’s not, and setting the stage for a heated fall election season.
Finding a way to embrace minorities -- and their concerns -- could be key not only to strengthening political conservatism, but could strengthen the broader Christian community as well -- something that might be especially important during a second Obama term that bodes more challenges for Christian concerns.
President Obama won last week with a voter coalition that was far more racially and religiously diverse than Mitt Romney's -- a phenomenon both predicted in the days before the election and confirmed in the days after. What the Public Religion Research Institute has concluded since, however, has farther-reaching implications: that relying on white Christian voters will never again spell national electoral success -- especially for the GOP.
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