Evangelical Christians Form Parallel Structure

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Read Karl Giberson's piece, "The Evangelical Rejection of Reason," in The New York Times

Some Evangelical Christians see a public assault on their beliefs with the rise of gay marriage, the increasing legitimacy of abortion, and the debate on climate change. They are forming a "parallel culture" in response, a practice fellow Evangelical Karl Giberson calls "dangerous."

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