President Donald Trump’s power rests on backing from white, self-identifying evangelical Christians. Around three-quarters of this group of Americans voted for him: four out of five continue to approve his presidency.
James Paul Lusk, author of The Jesus Candidate: Political religion in a secular age (Ekklesia, 2017). He is a partner in Emmanuel Church, Canterbury
THE POLITICS OF EVANGELICAL IDENTITY:
Local churches and partisan divides in the
United States and Canada By Lydia Bean
Princeton University Press, Woodstock (UK).
336 pages. £19.95 ISBN 978 0 691 173 702
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