In this episode, Dan Hugger sits with Daniel Silliman, journalist and news editor for Christianity Today, to discuss his new book, “Reading Evangelicals: How Christian Fiction Shaped a Culture and a Faith.” Silliman argues that the formation of evangelical identity does not stem from institutions or political stances but from Christian fiction and Christian publishing in general. In light of this, he explores the questions, what is evangelicalism, and what is evangelical subculture?

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What’s True About Christian Fiction | Christianity Today

Reading Evangelicals: How Christian Fiction Shaped a Culture and a Faith | Daniel Silliman


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