“I know for a fact that the Gospel has been shared with Mr. Trump,” Graham wrote. “He has been confronted with his sin. He has heard God’s truth and has been offered grace and forgiveness.
On Friday, The Washington Post reported that the U.S. Department of Education will begin collecting data this year to track religiously motivated discrimination or bullying allegations from students.
“Students of all religions should feel safe, welcome and valued in our nation’s schools,” Catherine E. Lhamon, the department’s assistant secretary for civil rights, said in an announcement.
Although retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson formally ended his campaign for president last week, it seems the Religious Right favorite isn’t about to go away anytime soon.
The presidential election’s still 458 days away, but last night, candidates for the Republican nomination participated in their first televised debates.