Elizabeth Dias of The New York Times wants to hear from evangelicals born after 1980:
The role of evangelical Christianity in American politics today has been a hotly discussed topic since President Trump’s election, both politically and spiritually. Many evangelical leaders have publicly supported Mr. Trump’s policies, and others have pushed back.
I’m a national correspondent for The Times, covering religion and politics. I’ve written dozens of stories about evangelicals over the past few years. I’ve been traveling the country ahead of the midterms, and I’m interested in hearing more from young evangelicals — the future of the evangelical movement.
If you are an evangelical born after 1980, I’d love to hear about the relationship between your faith and politics today. And if you grew up evangelical and your views are shifting, feel free to share that, too. We may publish a selection of the responses.
Respond to Dias’s questions here. I am forwarding this to my daughters.