Dec 11, 2021 • 1HR 5M

Evangelical Politics: Theology or Sociology?

David French
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A podcast on faith and its intersection with politics, culture, and law.
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In a follow up to last week’s Deconstructing Faith episode, David French and Curtis Chang dive into the sometimes murky and contradictory political views of Christians. All too frequently, the political stances we think are biblical are actually just cultural. 

Why are most Christians’ political stances so predictable? For example, why do many believers who care about abortion not care as much about systemic racism? Or vice versa? 

Tune into today’s episode as Curtis and David tackle the fascinating interaction between politics, culture, and the Bible… and end with a surprising take on abortion and systemic racism.

Show Notes:

-More in Common - The Hidden Tribes of America

-Paul D. Miller - The Role of Social Science in ‘Deconstructing’ White Evangelicalism

-Kristen du Mez - Jesus and John Wayne

-Jemar Tisby - The Color of Compromise

-George McKenna - On Abortion: A Lincolnian Position (circa 1995, but still relevant)