A Soggy Potpourri of Aged Leftism

by (@JeffreyHWalton) January 15, 2013

Interfaith officials gathered for a climate change “pray-in” and risked arrest before the White House as part of attempted civil disobedience this morning.  Warning “this may well be humanity’s last chance to choose between chaos and community,” the gathering began with a service at New York Avenue Presbyterian Church and continued with a soggy three-block […]

Interfaith Officials Call for Restricting Gun Ownership

by (@JeffreyHWalton) December 21, 2012

A gathering of religious officials from across several religious traditions called for stricter gun control measures this morning. Speaking in the Bishop’s Garden at the Washington National Cathedral, whose dean advocated gun control in a sermon this past Sunday, the officials touted their own history of gun control advocacy and rededicated their faith groups to […]

NEP and the “Family Planning” Farce

by (@TheIRD) October 20, 2012

By Addie Darling In its press release for and in its introduction to a new paper in support of contraceptives and family planning, the New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good sought to “debunk” the myths it claims Christians have put forth about contraception. At the press release, Rev. Jennifer Crumpton summarized  the views NEP […]

Bearing False Witness

by (@markdtooley) September 2, 2010

  The following article originally appeared on the FrontPage Magazine website, and is reposted with permission.   Is American unease with building the Ground Zero mosque the moral equivalent of anti-Semitism in France’s notorious Dreyfuss Affair over a century ago? Evangelical Left theorist David Gushee, writing for Huffington Post, thinks so. “As a scholar whose first book […]

George Soros’s Evangelicals Meet Richard Cizik, head of the New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good.

by (@markdtooley) August 26, 2010

  The following article originally appeared on the Weekly Standard website, and is reposted with permission. For nearly 30 years Richard Cizik represented the National Association of Evangelicals in Washington, D.C. During the George W. Bush administration, he tilted increasingly left and embraced global warming as his iconic issue. A Vanity Fair magazine spread admiringly portrayed him […]

Liberal Evangelical Lobbyist Returns to NPR

by (@TheIRD) August 24, 2010

Less than two years after unceremoniously resigning as long-time Washington lobbyist for the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE), Richard Cizik returned to the radio program that prompted his fall. Recently a fellow in leftist billionaire George Soros’s Open Society Institute, Cizik was candid with his criticism of evangelicals and shed light on how his views […]