Journalist Tom LoBianco has published a religious biography of Vice President Mike Pence. I have not read the book, so I cannot endorse it. But I can say that I spent significant time on the phone with LoBianco as he conducted research for the book.
As part of my general research for this book, I relied on a handful of insightful books (and highly recommend them for anyone interested in understanding Mike Pence better). I’ll start with Pence’s two favorite books: the Bible, and Russell Kirk’s The Conservative Mind. Additionally, I relied on John Fea’s tour of evangelical history and the Trump campaign, Believe Me; The Evangelical Road to Donald Trump, as well as Cal Thomas and Ed Dobson’s review of the start and disbanding of the Moral Majority, Blinded by Might. And for all Hoosier-philes, I highly recommend James Madison’s The Indiana Way. I also feel like I found my own bible in this process, Jon Franklin’s Writing for Story.