The 2020 election is a moment of truth for white Christianity

In nearly every presidential election cycle, a narrow set of so-called religious issues comes to the fore. In recent decades that set has been abortion, LGBTQ rights and religious liberty. Candidates fall on one side or the other, and predictable controversies erupt. It’s exhausting to see people of faith lumped into a media narrative that largely only follows white Christians.

But I believe that tired and oversimplified narrative is changing — and the crises of 2020 are making that change clearer than ever.