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New Bible Study Program Aims to Shift Christians From Politics

In "The Kingdom, The Power, and The Glory," Tim Alberta introduces "The After Party," a Bible study for rethinking Christian politics. (Getty Images)

By    |   Monday, 08 July 2024 09:33 AM EDT

Tim Alberta's 2023 book "The Kingdom, The Power, and the Glory" received rave reviews from some corners for proposing the idea that evangelical Christians have forsaken their faith for "political idolatry."

It was taken as a broadside swipe at self-described evangelical Christians, who – notwithstanding a long history of support for Republican and conservative candidates – voted heavily for Donald Trump for president in 2020.

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Tim Alberta's 2023 book "The Kingdom, The Power, and the Glory" received rave reviews from some corners for proposing the idea that evangelical Christians have forsaken their faith for "political idolatry."
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