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I’m a Good Christian and My Pastor Is Wrong: Sociologist Sam Reimer’s New Book on Evangelicals Abandoning Clergy and Scripture to . . . Look Within
I’m a Good Christian and My Pastor Is Wrong: Sociologist Sam Reimer’s New Book on Evangelicals Abandoning Clergy and Scripture to . . . Look WithinProf. Sam Reimer
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I’m a Good Christian and My Pastor Is Wrong: Sociologist Sam Reimer’s New Book on Evangelicals Abandoning Clergy and Scripture to . . . Look Within

Prof. Sam Reimer (PhD, University of Notre Dame) is a leading sociologist of the evangelical experience in the United States, Canada, and now also the United Kingdom. Professor Stackhouse talks with him about his recent book that demonstrates how Charles Taylor is right: People increasingly look to their own intuition—which, as sociologist Reimer makes clear, is deeply shaped by their social context—rather than to external authorities to decide matters great and small. And that trend includes Bible-thumping evangelicals.

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