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Don’t Expect a Religious Left ‘Great Awakening,’ Says Researcher

(Photo: The Christian Post)Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Michael Curry speaks during a prayer service unveiling the new declaration “Reclaiming Jesus: A Confession of Faith in a Time of Crisis” at the National City Church in Washington, D.C. on May 24, 2018. Curry is flanked by Sojourners founder Jim Wallis.

Recently released research is casting doubt on the prospect of a “Great Awakening” for the Religious Left, noting that even liberal mainline churches don’t inspire support for Democrats. 

Since the election of Donald Trump, many have speculated that his rise to power will spur the emergence of a Religious Left to protest his agenda items.

Ryan P. Burge, a political science professor at Eastern Illinois University who specializes in religion and politics, noted while there were modern examples of liberal Christian activism, these efforts were not being inspired by regular church attendance.

In an article titled “Searching for the Religious Left” published Thursday by Religion In Public, Burge posed the question of whether regular church attendance for part of the American public indicates a drift toward leftwing ideology.

“It seems that the media forgets that it’s possible to be a Christian and a liberal in the United States. I constantly remind people that the…

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