After questioning the president's "moral authority" in his response to the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Sen. Scott thinks Trump may now understand how he could have handled the episode differently.
Preacher Rod Parsley denounced racism and white supremacy as demonically-inspired and blamed the church for being one of its breeding grounds in a sermon delivered after violent protests in Charlottesville.
Angee Dixson joined Twitter on Aug. 8 and immediately began posting furiously—about 90 times a day. A self-described American Christian conservative, Dixson defended President Donald Trump’s response to the unrest in Charlottesville.
Caleb Fitzpatrick, a junior and Liberty University's Student Government Association Speaker of the House, offers condolences to Charlottesville and condemns white supremacy in a letter.
After Trump’s remarks appeasing White nationalists marchers in Charlottesville, Virginia, prominent business leaders left his advisory councils. But his evangelical advisors remain.
I am grieved by Friday's riot at the University of Virginia because it makes us face what we are afraid to admit: racism is not “dying.”
The Unite the Right protest in Charlottesville, Virginia, was anticipated as the largest recent gathering of hate groups in the U.S. Here is what some Christians have said about the deadly hate rally.
A Christian responds to the Unite the Right protest in Charlottesville, Virginia, that brought together the alt-right, neo-Nazis, the KKK and other hate groups and resulted in ugly images of racialized terror.