Success or the Cross? (More on Trump and Evangelicals)

I am hardly the only, and surely the least significant, religious conservative writing about the problems related to the Trump-evangelical association. Michael Horton has a helpful piece in the Washington Post this week detailing Trump’s heretical advisors, and Philip Yancey also has an excellent piece on Trump and the evangelicals. Some thoughts: Horton fills in some […]

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5 Books to Read in 2017

Some things I plan to read (or finish, or continue reading) in 2017, related to theology and/or politics: Schmemann’s For the Life of the World. This has been part of my devotional reading for a few weeks now and I find it stunning. If you are an Evangelical who likes Peter Leithart or Jamie Smith, then […]

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President-Elect Donald Trump and Evangelicals, part 3

Presidential Election 2016 is over, and the president-elect is Donald Trump – reality star, business mogul, brand-unto-himself. White Evangelicals provided a big and important part of his support. So, how might Evangelicals view a Trump presidency? In part 1, I looked at my own personal reaction to Trump’s victory; in part 2, I examined some issues where Evangelicals should be opposed […]

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President-Elect Donald Trump and Evangelicals, part 2

Presidential Election 2016 is over, and the president-elect is Donald Trump – reality star, business mogul, brand-unto-himself. White Evangelicals provided a big and important part of his support. So, how might Evangelicals view a Trump presidency? In part 1, I looked at my own personal reaction to Trump’s victory; in part 2, I am looking at some issues where Evangelicals […]

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President-Elect Donald Trump and Evangelicals, part 1

Presidential Election 2016 is over, and the president-elect is Donald Trump – reality star, business mogul, brand-unto-himself. White Evangelicals provided a big and important part of his support. So, how might Evangelicals view a Trump presidency? In part 1, I am looking at my own personal reaction to Trump’s victory; in part 2, I will examine some issues where […]

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