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Faith and the White House: Who has access?

“Limited” – “practically non-existent” – “frozen out” – this is non-Christian-evangelical faith leaders are describing their access to the White House, in contrast with the communication lines that previous presidents, Republican and Democrat, have kept open.

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Of science and religion, scientists and evangelicals

Last year, her research showed that more than 75 percent of American scientists are religious.

On March 13 of this year, she presented a new study to the American Association for the Advancement of Science:

Elaine Howard Ecklund, director of Rice University’s Religion and Public Life Program, said 70 percent of self-identified evangelicals “do not view religion and science as being in conflict.”

Her findings, summarized by Religion News Service:

48 percent [of evangelicals] view science and religion as complementary. Astrophysicist and evangelical Christian Deborah […]

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End times theology and climate apathy

At issue is end time believers’ perceived lack of investment in the earth’s future. That is, if they believe Jesus is coming back, do they have any incentive to preserve and protect the environment for future generations?

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