Conservative Christians and Mormons vote the same way on many social issues, but religious differences still spur harsh criticisms between the groups.
Evangelicals have long railed against the evils of secular liberalism, fueled by reports of sexual misconduct among Hollywood celebrities. Now those charges are leveled against one of their own.
Russell Moore, who presides over the political arm of the Southern Baptist Convention, called out religious right figures who supported Trump notwithstanding his "serious moral problems."
White evangelicals are some of Donald Trump's strongest backers. But another reliably Republican group of Christians — Mormons — is leery of the GOP candidate. Here's why.
Voters have long demanded that their presidential candidates demonstrate outward signs of religious faith. So far in 2016, that may be changing — though some evangelicals are uneasy at the prospect.
In important Super Tuesday states with a high number of born-again voters, Ted Cruz is losing to Donald Trump, and Marco Rubio is eating into his support with evangelicals.
With the caucuses only a day away, Iowa's conservative Christians try to feel out which candidate shares their views.
The latest Iowa Poll shows a much closer race between Trump and Cruz if evangelical voters turn out at the same level they did four years ago.
In a blow to rival Ted Cruz with less than a week until Iowa, Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. officially endorses the twice-divorced casino mogul.