Robert Jeffress, one of Trump's closest spiritual advisors, claims "there is no such thing as a separation of church and state in the Constitution".
The belief that President Trump is "anointed by God" has increased considerably among church goers, and now stands at 49.5 percent.
Mike Pompeo has been unabashed in his role as US Secretary of State to talk about his first calling to his Savior, not the Constitution.
UIP was crucial to Trump's evangelical vote in 2016, and promises to be one of the most vital weapons in his reelection arsenal this year.
These are not crazy ideas; these are lessons from textbooks and workbooks being taught as facts in private and charter schools.
Far-right Christian TV Host Rick Wiles has declared that Christians are going to take back America "and we are going to impose Christian rule".
It’s not just the fringe anymore. Mainstream conservatives are trying to turn Christian scriptures and beliefs into American law.
The right to worship emerges as the battleground in a looming culture war as many congregations are hit hard by coronavirus.
The religious right is not really all that much about religious belief and thought and more about political power and social conformity.
Half of Americans say the Bible should have "some" influence on US laws, including 23% who say it should have "a great deal" of influence.