I talk with Erik Moshe about American history, Christianity, historical thinking and, of course, the POTUS.
Here is a small taste:
If you could give court evangelicals an extensive history lesson, what would you teach them?
I would teach them about change over time. No matter what the founding fathers believed about the relationship between Christianity and the American founding, we no longer live in a Christian nation. This means that evangelicals need to work harder at thinking about pluralism. It all comes down to how we live together with our deepest differences. The longstanding “culture wars” remind us that evangelicals and nonevangelicals are really bad at this. I have argued elsewhere that the study of history might help us on this front.
Read the entire interview here.