American evangelicals are often assumed to be a monolithic political force absolutely unified in their priorities. But evangelical engagement with politics has been more complex than is often remembered. Dual Citizens reveals a variety of evangelical thought towards political developments over the past few decades. These essential articles pulled from more than 60 years of Christianity Today provide insight into our current situation and preserve the wrestling and wisdom of the past for the benefit of the future.
This relationship between evangelicals and politics is even more complex when it comes to the Office of the President of the United States. As editor Timothy Padgett explains in his section introduction, “CT’s treatment of presidents in the years 1956–2016 varied greatly, and not always in the ways that we might expect.”
Now, you have the chance to show how much you know about how evangelicals felt about the various presidents from 1956–2016. This quiz draws from articles included Dual Citizens. It consists of quotations from editors and contributors to Christianity Today about US presidents over the decades since its founding, from Dwight D. Eisenhower to Barack Obama.