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Julie Ingersoll

Julie Ingersoll is an author at Religion News Service.

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Behind Trump’s push to reopen schools, a gift for Bible-based education

By Julie Ingersoll — July 31, 2020
(RNS) — Delivering on promises to his evangelical base, the president's push to fund schools that reopen is aimed at undermining public education in favor of private Christian education.

How the purity movement created a sense of shame in evangelical women

By Julie Ingersoll — December 10, 2019
(The Conversation) — Extreme abstinence culture goes beyond sexual mores to advise women not to pursue leadership roles or speak out in mixed company.

How to think about Christian terrorism

By Julie Ingersoll — May 1, 2019
(RNS) — According to a manifesto posted online, the suspect in the attack on a synagogue near San Diego believed that hate is biblical — a view found in the teaching of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church, the tradition he was raised in.

Why Trump’s evangelical supporters welcome his move on Jerusalem

By Julie Ingersoll — December 7, 2017
(The Conversation) — For many of President Trump’s evangelical supporters this is a key step in the progression of events leading to the second coming of Jesus.
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