Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson were champions of both the Bible and progressive reformMark Noll
Presidents have often served as chief pastors of the nation's shared beliefsGary Scott Smith
In his 1796 Farewell Address, George Washington argued that religion and morality were essential pillars of the new republicGary Scott Smith
The rancorous presidential election of 1800 brought religion to the forefront of public debate and had lasting repercussions for the relationship between church and stateDaniel L. Dreisbach
Abraham Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address pointed a grieving nation to the mystery of divine providenceRonald C. White Jr.
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William McKinley saw America's unexpected opportunity in the Philippines as a sign from God—and set the U.S. on a new course of global influenceRichard V. Pierard
Harry Truman’s support for the creation of the State of Israel was rooted in his interpretation of ScripturePaul Charles Merkley
In his controversial "Evil Empire" speech, Ronald Reagan sought to re-moralize America's conflict with the Soviet UnionPaul Kengor
Every elected president has referred to God, providence, or a "higher power," in an inaugural address
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