Can the Christian Left Be a Real Political Force?

At Slate, Ruth Graham reports on how the Democratic Party could court religious voters after Donald Trump’s rise to prominence in the GOP. “The cracking apart of evangelicalism’s influence is more than the end of an era. It’s an opportunity—for Democrats picturing a broad victory in November, yes, and for Republicans who think their party needs reinvention,” Graham writes. “But it’s also an opening for another ‘silent majority’ within American society: liberal Christians, a term that for a generation has been relegated to an oxymoron.”

Read at Slate

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