Column: Religion, politics and Mark Curran

Trump ally Robert Jeffress, a Southern Baptist pastor, has pronounced Democrats “a godless party.” In reality, two-thirds of Democratic primary voters have a religious affiliation, and Democrats showed no qualms about choosing a devout Catholic as their presidential nominee. But the party is open both to non-Christian believers and to nonbelievers — who, at a Republican convention, might have flashbacks to the Salem witch trials.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *