Zack Stanton: Violent Christian Extremism in the USA
For two decades, the U.S. government has been engaging with faith leaders in Muslim communities at home and around the world in an attempt to stamp out extremism and prevent believers vulnerable to radicalization from going down a path that leads to violence.
Now, after the dangerous QAnon conspiracy theory helped to motivate the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, with many participants touting their Christian faith - and as evangelical pastors throughout the country ache over the spread of the conspiracy theory among their flocks, and its very real human toll - it’s worth asking whether the time has come for a new wave of outreach to religious communities, this time aimed at evangelical Christians…
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