Even Never Trump Evangelicals Might Be Swayed by the Supreme Court

The Atlantic’s Emma Green reports on the unity among evangelicals following the Supreme Court nomination of Brett Kavanaugh. Some evangelical leaders have traveled down what Green terms a “conciliatory path,” applauding the newly conservative Supreme Court made possible by Trump’s election while still lamenting the church’s involvement in politics. “Ultimately, this is what evangelical disagreements in 2016 election were about: how Christians witness their faith in public life, and the longstanding, outsized role of politics in the evangelical world, largely driven by the old religious right,” Green writes.

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