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Evangelicals overwhelmingly backed President Trump in 2016 and remain among his most loyal followers. Prominent pastors offer frequent public praise of the president. This raises the troubling issue: Are Christian conservatives putting politics above religion? Are pastors more interested in becoming political players? And is any of this good for religious life in America?
Public Religion Research Institute on 'One Nation, Divided, Under Trump'
Wehner's 'City of Man: Religion and Politics in a New Era'
Wehner seeing Trump through a glass, darkly
Galli on whether the 2016 election is shaping the future of Evangelicalism
Robert P. Jones
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