Jeremy Lott, Rachel Held Evans, and Taboos in the Evangelical Christian Culture Industry

One duckling is not like the others.

In the attempt to track down sales figures for the evangelical Christian marriage book market, I found the following article by Jeremy Lott. He originally wrote it in 2003, but recently reposted it on his blog. The article discusses the range of products that make up the Christian culture market, including books. I think it’s [Read More...]

Libertarians, Welfare and Private Charities: Why Haven’t They?

I’ve written a little about the fact that my best friend in my teen years was a libertarian, and I thought I was, too. One of his go-to arguments for abolishing welfare was that private charities and churches would step up to fill the gap. At the time, I rolled my eyes at his naivete [Read More...]


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