What Is the Future of the Evangelical-Republican Coalition?
Paul Djupe talks about the new volume, “The Evangelical Crackup? The Future of the Evangelical-Republican Coalition.”By Eric C. Miller
The Radical Rise of Liberation Theology: An Interview with Lilian Calles Barger
Barger discusses her new book, “The World Come of Age
An Intellectual History of Liberation Theology.”
The Salvation of Langston Hughes: A Conversation with Wallace Best
The religious dimensions of his work deserve exploration.By Josef Sorett
What Does It Mean to Be Christian in America?
Matthew Bowman talks about his new book, “Christian: The Politics of a Word in America.”By Eric C. Miller
How Do Evangelical Colleges Keep the Faith?
Adam Laats discusses his new book, “Fundamentalist U: Keeping the Faith in American Higher Education.”By Eric C. Miller
How Protestants Made the Modern World
The faith spread across the globe and shaped democracy as we know it.By Eric C. Miller
How Sex Divided American Christians and Fractured American Politics: An Interview with R. Marie Griffith
In her new book, “Moral Combat,” Griffith offers a sweeping history of how American Christians have debated sex over the last century.By The Editors
Investigating the Hobby Lobby Family: An Interview with Candida Moss and Joel S. Baden
As the Museum of the Bible opens in Washington, the authors talk about the family behind it and what they uncovered in their new book, “Bible Nation: The United States of Hobby Lobby.”By Gordon Haber
India in the American Imagination: An Interview with Michael J. Altman
The subcontinent stood for more than two centuries as a screen onto which white Western Protestants projected their fantasies.By Eric C. Miller
How American Jews Became Israeli Settlers
In a new book, “City on a Hilltop,” historian Sara Yael Hirschhorn tries to understand what brought Americans Jews to the most contentious real estate on earth—and how their presence there shapes the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.By Michael Schulson