AMHERST, Mass. — Evangelical churches today are available in virtually every neighbor hood in Latin America — and they’re changing politics like no other force. These are typically offering conservative factors, and particularly governmental events, brand new energy and brand new constituencies.
In Latin America, Christianity was once connected with Roman Catholicism. The church held a near monopoly on faith before the 1980s. The only challenge to Catholicism had been anticlericalism and atheism. Continue reading “A Perfect Marriage: Evangelicals and Conservatives in Latin America”