Swords and Plowshares: Timothy D. Padgett

American Evangelicals on War, 1937-1973

During the turbulent years of WWII, the Cold War, and Vietnam, were American evangelicals blind patriots or apocalyptic crazies as the culture likes to depict them?  In this interview with Warren Cole Smith, author and Colson Center Web Editor Timothy D. Padgett paints a very different picture of how evangelicals responded to the great crises of the Twentieth Century—and to the worldview that informed their views.

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