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How Ed Stetzer Helped Me Consider Voting for Hillary

I registered to vote when I turned 18 in 1981. I missed the Reagan Train the first time. I did not miss it the second time. Read More

Did the South Change the Good News? A Reprise for Super Tuesday

One of the most confounding statistics this nominating season, Evangelicals stumping, endorsing, and voting for Donald Trump. The reality continues to spawn debates over who qualifies as a true Evangelical.

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The Rolling Stone’s Grasps Is Better than Liberty’s or, Why It Matters How You Read the Scripture

Dumbfounded. The early morning text read, “”From Rolling Stone, which is more Biblical than Liberty U, apparently.” If that won’t wake up the preacher in you, it will at least startle any relationship to Evangelicalism one may have. Read More

The Student Is A Girl or, Advent Hope at Liberty University

Her name is Moriah Wierschem. Christianity Today‘s piece, Liberty Student: Why I Didn’t Cheer for Jerry Falwell Jr, provides a glimpse into the minds of a number of students who do not share their University President’s call to arms amid the thundering applause of the gathered crowd. Read More

Using Religion to Bag Votes or, The Observant Trump Misses Because His Evangelical Supporters Miss Jesus

Who is surprised Donald Trump knows little about Adventism? Most do not know much about it. Trump’s recent recall of his Presbyterian connections, not the degree of his adherence to that branch of the Christian Tree, illustrates how influential Evangelical discipleship has been on elections since Reagan. Read More