N.T. Wright on the British View of American Religion and Politics

Euangelion | 12/2/2019 | Staff
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Over at the Atlantic, Emma Green interviews N.T. Wright on The Crisis of American Christianity, Viewed From Great Britain.

Emma Green: Do you worry that the strong association between Christianity and politics in the United States—and specifically the alignment between the religious right, evangelicals, and the Republican Party—will permanently shape the image of Christianity?

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N. T. Wright: Part of the problem here is the word evangelical. I know a lot of people who have basically abandoned it since the whole [Donald] Trump phenomenon.

In England, people are a bit embarrassed about the word. But I’ve taken the view that the word evangelical is far too good a word to let the crazy guys have it all to themselves, just like I think the word Catholic is far too good a word for the Romans to keep it all to themselves. And...
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