The John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics advances the study of the intersection of religion and politics and publishes the journal Religion & Politics. It is based at Washington University in St. Louis. R. Marie Griffith is director.
Carl Abrams is a professor of social science at Bob Jones University in Greenville, S.C., who specializes in American religion and politics. He comments on religion and American culture for national and international publications.
Scott Waller is an associate professor of political science at Biola University in La Mirada, Calif. He is a frequent commentator on religion and politics and evangelicals in local and national media.
Joshua Wilson is an associate professor of political science at the University of Denver, where he teaches a course on American conservatism called “Sex, Evangelicals & Politics.”
John Stemberger is president and general counsel of Florida Family Action, a conservative evangelical advocacy group. In an essay for CNN, he wrote that, if elected, Donald Trump would be “the most immoral and ungodly person ever to be president of the United States.”
Many of the hottest topics in national and international news have faith angles worth pursuing.
Ron Hassner is an associate professor of international relations in the political science department at the University of California, Berkeley. His research interests include religion and conflict, religion in the military and territorial disputes. Hassner is the author of War on Sacred Grounds and editor of Religion in the Military Worldwide.
President Jimmy Carter has cancer. How has his political career affected the intersection of politics and religion?