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Etcetera #28: It's Been A Year....

2019 was...quite a year. With 2020 being an election year that started out with rumblings of war with
Iran, that's sure to escalate. Rather than tackling every problem, Beth and Anthony settle on one: the recent Christianity Today article calling for the President's impeachment.

It wasn't the first evangelical pushback against President Trump, but it was the most public and robust. Now, fractures between evangelical camps threaten to become chasms. How did we get here? What are the implications? Will evangelicalism recover its cohesion internally and reputation externally?

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