The Trump era has revealed what you get when you leach the Christianity out of conservatism, Ross Douthat writes: A right-of-center politics that cares less about marriage and abortion, but one that’s ultimately far more divisive than the evangelical politics of George W. Bush (above).
The Trump era has revealed what you get when you leach the Christianity out of conservatism, Ross Douthat writes: A right-of-center politics that cares less about marriage and abortion, but one that’s ultimately far more divisive than the evangelical politics of George W. Bush (above). Carolyn Kaster AP file photo
The Trump era has revealed what you get when you leach the Christianity out of conservatism, Ross Douthat writes: A right-of-center politics that cares less about marriage and abortion, but one that’s ultimately far more divisive than the evangelical politics of George W. Bush (above). Carolyn Kaster AP file photo

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October 18, 2016 9:01 AM

In defense of the religious right

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