I have been a chance to organize a class in the history of the science-religion contact in America after 1865.
As much I know, this class is the first of its kind among North Texas community colleges. Community college students aren’t going to participate in the elite circles of Wheaton and Calvin, and at my school, they are practically surrounded by Red-state young-earth creationists.
But my students are largely politically Blue. The professors at my school are also.
Bridging this Red-Blue gap is why I moved to a swamp in Florida for graduate school. It just so happens I live in Creationism Central in North America—Dallas. Both the Discovery Institute and ICR are here.
I have to drive 90 miles to Baylor to find anyone who knows about BioLogos, as best as I can tell.
So how to teach these low-income Millenial voters for the glory of God?