A summary of the 2004 survey, conducted by John C. Greene, that gauges the political attitudes in 18 American religious communities on a wide range of issues, and also illustrates the complexities between religious beliefs and politics—or read the complete report.
Article for Time by Nancy Gibbs that explores the degree of devoutness Americans look for in their candidates. The site also includes graphics galleries for two polls taken in June 2004 asking questions about religion in the presidential campaign and the role of politics in Catholicism.
A non-partisan project organized by a group of national religious organizations that encourages civic action as an act of faith and moral responsibility. It promotes the advocacy of voter rights, voter registration and education, and monitoring the polls.
Transcript of a July 2004 panel discussion, sponsored by The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life and moderated by Luis Lugo, in which Congressman David Price, Congressman Mark Souder, David Brooks, and E. J. Dionne, Jr. spoke about religion and American politics.
A television documentary produced by PBS program Frontline tracing the Evangelical roots of President Bush and how it has influenced, and continues to inform, his policy decisions while holding office.