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Friday, March 4, 2016

Defining Evangelicals in an Election Year


Research
Defining Evangelicals in an Election Year
A new research method could help us get beyond political stereotypes.
Leith Anderson and Ed Stetzer
After Super Tuesday, many media reported that evangelicals came out strongly in support of Republican frontrunner Donald Trump. Indeed, those who self-identify as evangelical made up either a majority or plurality of the Republican-leaning electorate in every Super Tuesday state except Massachusetts. So it's striking that, just as Trump has seemingly secured support from evangelicals, many evangelicals leaders are criticizing him and even vowing to abandon the "e word." This election year... continue reading >>


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