Friday, August 20, 2004

The Rising Evangelical Foreign Policy of the United States by Adam Wolfe

On the issue of U.S. unilateralism, neo-conservatives and evangelical Christians have found their interests aligned, but the two camps often find themselves in opposing corners on how to set the priorities for this use of power. They are in agreement on their unwavering protection of Israel, but neo-conservatives tend to push for the use of military force to counter rising threats to U.S. power and the global economy, while evangelicals push for military force to counter religious persecution and to counter sex trafficking.

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