Chrissy Stroop covers Christianity and politics for the Editorial Board. A senior correspondent for Religion Dispatches, her writing has also appeared in The Boston Globe, Foreign Policy and other outlets. Holding a PhD in modern Russian history from Stanford, she’s a senior research associate with the University of Innsbruck’s Postsecular Conflicts Project. She resides in Portland, Oregon. Find her @C_Stroop.
Really listening becomes impossible when one is already deeply emotionally invested in being correct about “the Truth.”
White evangelical apologists blame the young and the secular, though.
Study finds white evangelical support for Donald Trump wasn’t about partisanship. It was about animus toward minorities
Chrissy Stroop says the finding probably won’t break the trap of “both sides,” though.