Evangelical Identity in an Age of Trump
With new books rolling off the presses, evangelicals continue to take stock of the age of Trump. Stephen Strang’s God and Donald Trump offers a glimpse into the backing of Trump by some leaders in the evangelical world. Strang’s narrative reveals a new coalition between Southern Baptists and independent Charismatic pastors, many of whom espouse some version of prosperity theology. The collection of essays Mark Labberton has assembled strikes a more somber tone, as each author grapples with the crisis of evangelical identity in the wake of Trumpism.
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