Rob Schenck



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Costly Grace: An Evangelica...

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“This is what happens when good people do nothing.”
Rob Schenck, Costly Grace: An Evangelical Minister's Rediscovery of Faith, Hope, and Love

“As members of the Christian right, we had dominated Republican politics throughout the decade, but we realized after Clinton was acquitted that our power and our values did not seem to be a part of any broad consensus. It seemed inevitable after the Lewinsky scandal surfaced that Clinton would be defeated, and yet he was more popular than ever, abortion was still generally accepted, and gays had made great strides into the mainstream. What had we done wrong? What did we not understand? “What has alarmed me throughout this episode,” James Dobson wrote to his supporters, “has been the willingness of my fellow citizens to rationalize the President’s behavior, even as they suspected, and later knew, that he was lying. I am left to conclude that our greatest problem is not in the Oval Office. It’s with the people of this land.”
Rob Schenck, Costly Grace: An Evangelical Minister's Rediscovery of Faith, Hope, and Love



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