I am thrilled and honored that my podcast with stellar journalists Brian Kaylor and Beau Underwood about White Evangelicals and Right-wing Populism: How Did We Get Here? is 3rd in Word & Way’s Top 10 Podcasts of 2022! It’s inspiring to work with interviewers who are so knowledgeable, rigorous, and insightful. Carry on the work in 2023!
Evangelicals, Right-wing Populism, Trump: Not a Faustian Bargain Published in Theologische Literaturzeitung, Nov. 2019, pp 1084-1102. Introduction The 81 percent of white American evangelicals who voted for Donald Trump in 20161 drew substantial attention as it seemed that one of America’s […]
Non-market Motives at Work in the Market: “New Evangelicals” in civil society in the US and Overseas By Marcia Pally 2011 Telos (157):165-184 · DOI: 10.3817/1211157165 In light of the 2008 global financial crisis, a reassessment of […]
The Theology Behind Economic Justice and Creation Care By Marcia Pally Radical Orthodoxy: Vol 1, nos. 1&2, Aug. 2012; http://journal.radicalorthodoxy.org/index.php/ROTTP/article/view/37/16) Introduction: “The one with the most toys at the end wins.” This intentionally cavalier motto of neo-liberal economics has, in […]
Social Science Research Council Colloquium on America’s New Evangelicals Organized and Edited By Marcia Pally January 2013; Click here This series includes essays by Marcia Pally, John Milbank, David Gushee, Heidi Unruh, Joel Hunter, John Ashman, Bob Smietana, David R. […]
From European Calvinism to American Evangelicalism By Marcia Pally Conference on Religious Ambiguities and Pluralities Institute for Advanced Study, Berlin June 22, 2007 As I understand my mandate today, it is to describe something about the evolution from European Calvinism […]
The New Evangelicals: Activism & Voting By Marcia Pally Humboldt University, Berlin May 31, 2012 I’d like to begin by telling you a bit about how I came to be here today. In 2005, I was looking at evangelicals—practices, publications, […]
Why Evangelical Christians have left the Right By Marcia Pally Religion & Ethics Friday 28 October 2011 For much of the last century, America’s evangelicals have been the whipping boy of progressives and intellectuals of all sorts. Ostensibly, they use […]