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Even Donald Trump's harshest critics would do well to understand his powerful appeal to white evangelical Christians instead of simply complaining about it.
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The question: To what extent should non-academics defer to academic historians on matters of history?
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An interview with historian John Fea.
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It was in 1976 when pollsters suddenly discovered the evangelical vote.
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Christian Fundamentalism Started As a Capitalist Ad Campaign
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Convinced that time’s running out, evangelicals intend to shake the world. They seek instant redemption, immediate transformation.
by Steven P. Miller
"In manifold ways, evangelicalism shaped the course of recent American history. Maybe we were all evangelicals, then."
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