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552 Jesus Gets Us & We Get Data on Christian Nationalists with Kristin Kobes Du Mez

A Christian campaign spent $20 million on two ads during the Super Bowl, but the “He Gets Us” commercials are facing criticism from both the right and left. One side says the ads did not present the gospel. The other says the campaign’s funders are bigots. And everyone is wondering if the $20 million could have been spent more effectively. Phil, Skye, and Kaitlyn offer their takes. Then, Tim Keller has a new article with his prescription for how Christianity can thrive again in America, but does it all come down to overcoming political idolatry? And a new report from PRRI looks at the sobering data about Christian Nationalism. One-third of Americans are either committed Christian Nationalists or very sympathetic to it, and the majority of them are white evangelicals. Historian Kristin Kobes Du Mez is back to discuss the data and explain the link between Christian Nationalism, patriarchy, and authoritarianism. Plus, a candy factory is sued after workers fall into a chocolate vat.

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0:00 - Intro

3:55 - Workers in a vat of chocolate

6:30 - He gets us

28:46 - American Christianity


56:28 - Faithful Counseling

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57:37 - Interview Intro

59:00 - Kristin Kobes Du Mez

1:11:48 - Christian Nationalism and patriarchy

1:29:15 - Demographics

1:32:36 - End Credits

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