Still Evangelical?: Insiders Reconsider Political, Social, and Theological Meaning

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About the Author

Mark Labberton is president of Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. He previously served as Lloyd John Ogilvie chair for preaching and director of the Lloyd John Ogilvie Institute for Preaching. Labberton came to Fuller after sixteen years as senior pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Berkeley, California. Today he continues to contribute to the mission of the global church as a senior fellow of International Justice Mission. He is the author of The Dangerous Act of Loving Your Neighbor and The Dangerous Act of Worship.

Jim Daly espresidente y CEO de Focus on the Family. Daly ha recibido el Premio Centro Humanitario de Ni帽os a nivel Mundial 2008 y el Premio Fondo Campe贸n para la Desnutrici贸n Infantil. Ha aparecido en programas de televisi贸n tales como World News Tonigh y Religion & Ethics; y ha sido destacado en Time, el The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, USA Today y la revista Newsweek, que lo nombr贸 uno de los 10 mejores l铆deres evang茅licos influyentes de la pr贸xima generaci贸n. Daly y su esposa tienen dos hijos y residen en Colorado Springs, Colorado. Visita:

Lisa Sharon Harper is a prolific speaker, activist, playwright, and the author of several books, including Evangelical Does Not Equal Republican . . . or Democrat and coauthor of Forgive Us: Confessions of a Compromised Faith. Harper has been recognized by the Huffington Post as one of 50 Powerful Women Religious Leaders and is considered one of the nation's most influential voices on a faith-rooted approach to advocacy. She lives in Washington, DC.

Karen Swallow Prior is professor of English at Liberty University. She is the author of Booked: Literature in the Soul of Me and contributes to Christianity Today and the Atlantic, among other publications. She is a research fellow with the Ethics and Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention and is a member of the Faith Advisory Council of the Humane Society of the United States. She and her husband live in Amherst, Virginia.
Robert Chao Romero (PhD, University of California at Los Angeles; JD, University of California at Berkeley) is associate professor in the Departments of Chicana/o Studies and Asian American Studies at the University of California at Los Angeles. He is the author of the award-winning The Chinese in Mexico, 1882-1940, Jesus for Revolutionaries: An Introduction to Race, Social Justice, and Christianity, and Mixed Race Student Politics.
Allen Yeh (DPhil, Oxford University) is associate professor of intercultural studies and missiology at Biola University. A missiologist who specializes in Latin America and China, he has traveled to over sixty countries and every continent to study, do mission work and experience cultures. He is the coauthor of Routes and Radishes: and Other Things to Talk About at the Evangelical Crossroads and coeditor of Expect Great Things, Attempt Great Things.
Shane Claiborne is a bestselling author, renowned activist, and sought-after speaker, and is a self-proclaimed "recovering sinner." He writes and speaks around the world about peacemaking, social justice, and Jesus, and is the author or coauthor of numerous books, including The Irresistible Revolution, Jesus for President, and Executing Grace. Claiborne is the visionary founder of The Simple Way in Philadelphia and president of Red Letter Christians. His work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Christianity Today, Esquire, and SPIN and on Fox News, NPR, and CNN. He did graduate work at Princeton Seminary and received an honorary doctorate from Eastern University. Claiborne lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Follow him on Twitter (@shaneclaiborne), on Facebook (ShaneClaiborne), and at


"This exemplary compilation of essays brings together evangelical thought leaders and insiders to consider what it means to be evangelical in the era of President Donald Trump. . . . This thoughtful collection of insights from self-proclaimed evangelicals will appeal to those perplexed by evangelical support for Donald Trump."--Publishers Weekly