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The Christian right has long held a unique position in American politics: it is, in many ways, the last refuge of the religious right.

As a political bloc, it is both the most powerful and the most marginalized, as both the religious and secular wings of the Republican Party have taken control of Congress and the presidency.

It is, above all, the party that has held power in the last two decades.

But in recent years, the movement has struggled to gain any traction, despite the GOP’s overall success in holding power and the relative lack of political violence.

It’s also been marked by growing cultural tensions, including a decline in white evangelical support for the GOP.

And as its influence grows, it has become increasingly difficult for Christian conservatives to maintain the influence they’ve had for decades.

The new Religious Right Movement, founded by Donald Trump and backed by the American Family Association, is trying to reverse that trend by turning its focus to social issues, including the war on drugs and the rise of the Islamic State.

As the movement gains political power, it also has begun to grapple with the challenges posed by secularism.

The Christian Right’s role in the GOP The rise of Christianity in the American political sphere has long been tied to its place in the political sphere.

The Republican Party is, after all, based on a Christian foundation.

As one of the oldest and most powerful political parties in the country, the GOP has been at the center of the country’s cultural, religious and economic identity for centuries.

In the 18th and 19th centuries, religious conservatives dominated the party’s platform, and it is the party whose religious leaders have been its most prominent and influential spokespeople in politics.

Today, the Christian right holds power in politics as well as religion.

But the religious wing of the Christian Right is also a relatively small part of the GOP, and in recent decades, its influence has been relatively modest.

Its leaders have often spoken out against government interference in religious matters, or have tried to distance themselves from the religious community altogether.

This has led to some tensions within the Christian Party itself.

The rise and prominence of the movement came about through a combination of factors, including its prominence among white evangelical Protestants, which was a key component of the political coalition for much of the 20th century.

By the early 2000s, the political party that once represented the conservative Christian Right was a minority in the United States, but it was still influential.

That influence has now diminished somewhat, and the group has struggled for years to establish a presence in the Republican party.

This shift in power has also affected the way Christian conservatives speak and act.

They tend to be more conservative and less liberal than the rest of American society.

They have been more vocal about issues like same-sex marriage, abortion and stem cell research, among others.

And, like most Americans, they have struggled to come to terms with the rise and spread of Islam, a religion that has not been the most controversial of American religions.

As religion and politics become increasingly intertwined, it’s important for Christian leaders to continue to speak out against such trends.

Christian leaders are increasingly concerned about a growing number of religious issues, and their voices have been increasingly prominent on the right.

The Religious Right’s new role in politics The new religious right movement is one of a growing set of political groups that have begun to take on more political roles in the wake of the rise in religious extremism in the U.S. The group has a strong presence in Congress and on the presidential campaign trail, which has helped it gain prominence among the American public.

But its current political aspirations have also been challenged by its role in helping to craft a conservative foreign policy and its focus on social issues.

In a 2015 article for Religion News Service, David Brody, an associate professor of political science at the University of Akron, argued that the new religious movement was now taking a more active role in American political life.

“The Christian right is, for the most part, a niche group in American life, and its primary focus is on the social and political issues it has traditionally championed,” Brody wrote.

“But as the religious rights movement has become more vocal and more prominent, it seems increasingly necessary for the Christian community to come forward and assert its right to political and social freedom, even if that means taking a harder line on issues like gay marriage, women’s reproductive rights and transgender rights.”

Brody added that the rise was also a reflection of a “growing intolerance” within American society, especially toward Muslims.

In fact, in recent months, Brody noted, more than half of Americans think that Islam poses a greater threat to the U., and nearly two-thirds of Americans believe that Islam is a “very serious” threat to America.

These numbers were a result of a Pew Research Center poll conducted in October 2016, in which more than one-quarter of Americans (27 percent) said that Islam posed a greater risk to the United Kingdom, and more