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The majority of Americans have looked on in some combination of horror and befuddlement as many white Christians, particularly evangelicals, have revealed beliefs and opinions seemingly antithetical to the Christian faith, whether holding racist attitudes, supporting conspiracy theories, aligning with nationalistic and authoritarian movements, or becoming hostile toward the different and marginalized. Dr. Dave Verhaagen, a nationally board-certified psychologist and author, tackles the challenge of explaining the psychology behind what has become the unique mind of the modern white Christian. Each chapter explores one or more robust psychological principles that help make sense of why white Christians think like they do.
About the Author
Dave Verhaagen is an author of eight previous books and nine book chapters. He is a licensed and nationally board-certified psychologist who earned his PhD from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Before he cofounded one of the largest psychology practices in the country, he served as the clinical director for three mental health agencies. His numerous faculty appointments include a current appointment as Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychology at Vanderbilt University.