This introduction briefly outlines the contemporary evangelical concern with racial diversity and justice and attributes part of this newfound interest to Michael Emerson and Christian Smith’s book, Divided by Faith: Evangelical Religion and the Problem of Race in America (Oxford, 2000). After broadly sketching out Emerson and Smith’s arguments in Divided by Faith, the introduction concludes with an overview of the chapters in the book and provides a summary of each.
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