The South Carolina United Methodist Advocate is South Carolina’s major Methodist newspaper. It is published in Columbia, S.C.
The Catholic Miscellany is the official newspaper of the Diocese of Charleston, S.C. Deidre Mays is the editor.
The Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church is a conservative, evangelical Christian organization that preaches the Gospel of Jesus Christ and provides educational resources on Christianity. It is based in Greenville, S.C.
Robert Oldendick is a political science professor at the University of South Carolina and director of its Institute for Public Service and Policy Research. He has said that in the general election, the “faith factor” may grab some attention, but it won’t change how people vote.
July 15, 2013, The State article about the evolution of the term “pagan.”
Cherry Hill Seminary is the leading provider of education and practical training in leadership, ministry, and personal growth in Pagan and Nature-Based spiritualities. Holli S. Emore is the executive director. Contact through the website.
Operation So Help Me God Project was founded by Brian Bohlman, a veteran and chaplain in the Air National Guard.
The International Conference of Evangelical Chaplain Endorsers in Greenville, S.C., endorses chaplains from evangelical religious groups.
The Army Chaplain Center and School at Fort Jackson, S.C., trains and supports Army chaplains and chaplain assistants. Training for chaplains in all branches of the armed services are located in this facility.