The Uneasy Politics of Modern Evangelicalism

David L. Weeks


The recent revival of evangelical political activism has been fraught with controversy. Undergirding this revival with a viable public philosophy is the most pressing political challenge facing evangelical scholars in the twenty-first century. David L. Weeks explores the prospects of an alternative to the "biblical politics" which seems destined to keep evangelicals on the periphery of American political life. Mr. Weeks is Professor of Political Science and Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Azusa Pacific University.


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