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Dual Citizens
Dual Citizens

Dual Citizens

Politics and American Evangelicalism
Timothy Padgett
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Dual Citizens

Politics and American Evangelicalism
Timothy Padgett
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A window into sixty years of evangelical political engagement American evangelicals are often assumed to be a monolithic political force absolutely unified in their priorities. This collection of articles from Christianity Today originally published between 1956 and 2016 tells a different story. Evangelical engagement with politics has been more complex than is often remembered. Dual Citizens reveals a variety of evangelical thought towards political developments over the past few decades.In Dual Citizens, Timothy D. Padgett has collected a number of articles that traces a variety of perspectives in evangelical political thought, giving a more nuanced understanding of how American evangelicals have acted politically over the past decades. These essential articles provide insight into our current situation and preserve the wrestling and wisdom of the past for the benefit of the future.

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Publisher
Lexham Press
Year
2020
ISBN
9781683594086
Topic
Theology & Religion
Subtopic
Religion, Politics & State

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