Tag: evangelical Christianity

May 2018

“Give Cheerfully, Give Abundantly”: White American Prosperity Evangelism, Financial Obedience, and Religious Corruption in the Trump Era

As we continue in the struggle for economic justice, it is important to examine how white Christian evangelism shapes our efforts to alleviate poverty. Casting poverty as a form of moral failing encourages people to disengage from the social, cultural, and structural causes of poverty and ignores the role that white Americans play in the global proliferation of poverty conditions worldwide.