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In this bitterly contested election, one thing is clear: that Trump kept the support of US evangelicals to an extraordinary degree.
The US stands at a crossroads, but it increasingly feels like many white evangelicals have already decided their direction of travel.
Trump has been described as a 'chaos candidate', who thrives in conditions of turbulence and polarization. However, 'the 'chaos candidate' has met a 'chaos event' in the Covid-19 pandemic, and in the unrest on the streets, that possesses the potential to lay bare the inadequacies of his presidency.
US and UK Christians have drawn hugely different lessons from their common history.