Less than 24 hours from Election Day, our resident religion & politics guru Mark Silk breaks down the religious layout of 12 battleground states - and explains why religion will matter on Tuesday.
The National Journal reports that social conservatives will vote for Mitt Romney, but they aren't very excited about it. FWIW, I've been hearing the same thing, and I wonder whether we'll see low evangelical turnout as a result.
Can Glenn Beck bridge the divide between Romney & evangelicals? Cue the chalkboard.
GOP VP nominee Paul Ryan appeared Sunday night on a conference call with social conservatives and said that "Judeo-Christian values" are at risk if Barack Obama is re-elected.
Will it matter, anyway? The IRS hasn't been investigating complaints of partisan politicking by churches for the last three years, the AP's Rachel Zoll reports.
Lots of people are talking about a recently resurfaced 2007 video of Romney explaining LDS positions on abortion and eschatology.
Billy Graham (or Franklin) urged Minnesotans to reject gay marriage at the ballot box tomorrow.
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Barbra Streisand is urging Jews to vote for Obama, saying that Romney "does not our share values."
A Catholic priest in England wants Oregon, Washington state and Colorado to legalize marijuana tomorrow.
Bishop Tawadros will succeed the late Shenouda III as Coptic pope after his name was selected by a blindfolded boy. Think of how much money and time that would save us.
A computer whiz is going on trial at the Vatican this week for his role in Vatileaks.
A pro-Kremlin youth group is calling for a ban on all Mormon missionaries in Russia, saying that the LDS proselytizers are "potential American spies." Which, of course, they are.
Good news: Anti-Semitic incidents are at an all-time low.
As the East Coast continues post-Sandy cleanup, a moral debate simmers: Is it immoral to defy evacuation orders?
Speaking of, a 101-year-old Holocaust survivor is believed to be the oldest Sandy evacuee.
“To tell you the truth,” said Morris Sorid, “the hurricane doesn’t excite me too much.”
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