Christopher Stroop Says It's Time to #EmptyThePews

In Episode 19 of the #AskSteveAustin Podcast, Steve Austin talks with Christopher Stroop, creator of the viral hashtag #EmptyThePews.

If you feel disappointed with the Christian Right's response (or lack thereof) to Charlottesville, this episode is for you. If you're sick over Evangelical Christianity's love-affair with Donald Trump, don't miss this one. If you have been sickened over the recent Nashville Statement, this is a conversation you do not want to miss!


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Christopher Stroop is a scholar, writer, and commentator who holds a Ph.D. in Russian history from Stanford University and is currently a visiting instructor in the Honors College at the University of South Florida. Raised Evangelical and mobilized for the culture wars through church and Christian school, Christopher has become a fierce critic of the Christian Right and a proponent for the robust separation of church and state, as well as an advocate for ex-Evangelicals and spiritual abuse survivors. Christopher is a frequent contributor to Religion Dispatches, and, in addition to publishing academic articles, popular commentary, journalism, and policy research, blogs at Not Your Mission Field. Christopher has helped to raise awareness of Evangelicalism's authoritarian nature among the broader public and to foster ex-Evangelical community, in part through his Ex-Evangelical Conversations series and by creating and promoting the hashtags #YouMightHaveGrownUpEvangelicalIf, #YouDontKnowEvangelicals, and #EmptyThePews.

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