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Author - Tobin Grant
@TobinGrant blogs for Religion News Service at Corner of Church and State, a data-driven conversation on religion and politics. He is a political science professor at Southern Illinois University and associate editor of the Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion.
A sermon on how to live together after such a contentious election.
As the data comes in, the key will be to watch turnout.
Pundits and prognosticators assumed that this election was unusual. It wasn't.
Wayne Grudem now says Trump is morally unfit for the presidency. It's a return to his view in February.
Churches and other religious communities can invite candidates to speak, but they need to follow these rules.
Support for Trump among evangelicals is likely 15 to 20 points lower than reported.
Americans dislike atheists. In fact, there are few groups they dislike more.
Jerry Falwell Jr. aren't keeping it a secret: this year, faith, convictions, and policies be damned.
Robert Jeffress pastors First Baptist Dallas. His church was once the most prominent voice for segregation in the country
It's a simplistic story wrapped in data.
Videos of police shootings (again) divide public opinion. Here's how religion shapes views of police.
Her friends didn’t force her to choose between her orientation and her love for Jesus. They shared her joy.
If it wasn't for slavery, segregation, and white supremacy, there would be no Presbyterian Church in America.
Only 62 percent of Southern Baptist youth are in a Southern Baptist church today.