Exit stage right? The future of Christian Conservatism post-2012

Thursday, December 6, 2012 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Wilson 102
Professor Linford Fisher

What does the re-election of Barack Obama mean for the Religious
Right? Is it the "end of evangelical dominance" as The Atlantic
stated? Is it the "rejection" of the cultural values of social and
political conservatives, as Southern Baptist Theological Seminary president Albert
Mohler suggested? Come discover the historical roots of the Christian Right —
how a diverse and divided collection of evangelicals, fundamentalists, and
conservative Catholics unified to become Republican, pro-life, anti-gay, and
anti-secularist — and what the present and future holds for such a

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