Two years with Donald Trump – A christian president?
It is two years since the inauguration of Donald as the president of the United States. Trump got electoral support from an overwhelming majority of white evangelical Christians. How could these groups of Evangelical Christians embrace Trump’s candidacy? How is the alliance between the president and these Christian groups manifested? Is Trump a Christian president?
Randall J. Stephens recently took up the chair at the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Oslo, as associate professor in American and British studies. He is an expert on the recent history of American Evangelicalism.
- Randall J. Stephens, associate professor (Department of Literature, Area Studies and European Languages, HF): Making Sense of Donald Trump's Evangelical Support
- Sven Thore Kloster, co-author of Global kristendom (Universitetsforlaget 2018): Next year in Jerusalem: Trump’s Relocation of the Embassy and Christian Zionism
- Birte Nordahl, PhD candidate: The Christian Left in the US
- Ole Jakob Løland, co-author of Global kristendom (Universitetsforlaget 2018): With the Hand on the Bible – from Barack Obama to Donald Trump