Born Again, Again
By 2012, the Age of Evangelicalism was winding down. It remained unclear, however, whether evangelicalism was waving or drowning in the sea of public influence. Evangelicals and evangelical observers sometimes still acted like it was the Year of the Evangelical. Yet born-again Christianity now lacked the explanatory punch it had possessed in the 1970s, when old-time faith had managed to look like a new force in American politics and culture.
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