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The freakishness of Christianity

from The Atlantic

Evangelical Christianity has long had a stranglehold on how Americans imagine public faith. Vague invocations of “religion” — whether it’s “religion vs. science” or “religious freedom” — usually really mean “conservative, Protestant, evangelical Christianity,” and this assumption inevitably frames debates about American belief. For the other three-quarters of the population — Catholics, Jews, other Protestants, Muslims, Hindus, secular Americans, Buddhists, Wiccans, etc. — this can be infuriating. For some evangelicals, it’s a sign of success, a linguistic triumph of the culture wars. more


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