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Donald Trump and Militant Evangelical Masculinity

As Donald Trump prepares to take the oath of office, many white evangelicals will be celebrating. Yet the fact that “family values” conservatives continue to …

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A Note of Discord? The Mormon Tabernacle Choir at Trump’s Inauguration

As Ronald Reagan looked on, a float bearing the Mormon Tabernacle Choir crawled down the streets of Washington, D.C., as part of the Gipper’s inauguration …

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Apocalypse Later: Millennial Evangelicals, Israel-Palestine, and the Kingdom of God

White evangelical Christians voted overwhelmingly for Donald Trump in the recent presidential election, reaffirming the apparently unbreakable bond that has united conservative Christians and the …

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Who Are You Calling an Anti-Semite? Jewish Debate in Trump’s America

In a Vanity Fair article about the “post-election freak-out” at Columbia Prep, the school Barron Trump will continue to attend after the inauguration, Emily Jane …

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Tracking Hate: Islam and Race After the Presidential Election

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This election exposed America’s fissures. It feels as if we are in the midst of a political and cultural civil war. We are still grappling …

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The Revival of the Old Religious Right

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On October 8, On Being host Krista Tippett moderated a conversation between poet Natasha Tretheway and interfaith activist Eboo Patel. Held on the eve of …

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On October 8, On Being host Krista Tippett moderated a conversation between The New York Times’ David Brooks and The Washington Post’s E.J. Dionne. Held …

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