The 2016 presidential election divided Christians along racial, economic, and theological lines. The central question of my study was how did ministers frame the election, if at all? Through analysis of transcripts of 47 sermons from across the country (14 states plus Washington D.C.), from multiple denominations and various sized congregations given on November 13 or thereabouts, I claim that the paradox of the dual citizenship of Christians was the predominant theme in these sermons. Second, only one minister directly endorsed a candidate and only a handful indirectly endorsed. Many preached a form of unity.
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Boedy, Matthew. "The Sunday After the Tuesday: The 2016 Presidential Election in the Pulpit." Sermon Studies (Journal) 2.1 (2018) : 1-17. https://mds.marshall.edu/sermonstudies/vol2/iss1/1