Can Evangelicalism Survive Donald Trump and Roy Moore?

At The New Yorker, Pastor Tim Keller writes on the changing nature of what it means to be an evangelical. “In many parts of the country, Evangelicalism serves as the civil or folk religion accepted by default as part of one’s social and political identity,” he writes. “So, in many cases, it means that the political is more defining than theological beliefs, which has not been the case historically. And, because of the enormous amount of attention the media pays to the Evangelical vote, the term now has a decisively political meaning in popular usage.”

Read at The New Yorker

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