Jack Graham sends a subtle pro-Trump message using Psalm 68: And this: Not sure what this means, but I think it has something to do with the election: The part about Biden getting few evangelical votes than Hillary Clinton odes […]
Historian Daniel Williams, in a thought-provoking piece at The Anxious Bench, asks: Why have white evangelicals been so antipathetic to Democrats, even before their disagreements with Democrats over abortion or LGBT issues emerged? And can anything ever convince them to […]
A group of evangelical leaders have formed “Pro-Life Evangelicals for Biden.” Here is the official statement: As pro-life evangelicals, we disagree with vice president Biden and the Democratic platform on the issue of abortion. But we believe a biblically shaped […]
Evangelicals will gather in Atlanta this weekend to commemorate 400 years since “20 And odd Negroes” landed on Virginia shores and introduced African slavery to British North-America. The event is sponsored by One Race, an organization that “exists to displace […]
In 1973, a group of evangelical leaders gathered at the YMCA on Wabash Avenue in Chicago to affirm the Christian call to racial justice, care for the poor, peace, and equality for women. The result of this meeting was The […]
From Willamette University historian Seth Cotlar: Any early American #twitterstorians getting an Edmond Genet vibe from this Macron visit? https://t.co/YmA1vUMqMi — Seth Cotlar (@SethCotlar) April 26, 2018 Some context.
OK–time for a different guy named Perkins. Very different. The Tennessean is running a nice piece on John D. Perkins, longtime evangelical rights activist. Perkins’s new (and last) book is One Blood: Parting Words to the Church on Race. A taste of […]