Publication Date

April 2015

Advisor(s)

Stephen Angle

Major

College of Social Studies

Language

English (United States)

Abstract

The Great Displacement in the United States manifests in the displacement of progressive social concerns in the evangelical conservative camp and a hostility towards religious languages and contributions in the secular public square. This thesis examines the central tension between secular humanism and evangelicalism and attempts to offer a discourse theory conducive to a more healthy and fruitful dialogue between the opposing camps.

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