Daniel Jones is an unaffiliated scholar of religion, culture, and communication. He is interested in politics, posthumanism, disability, and environmentalism, and his research centers on the politics and consequences of the definitions of human and nonhuman being and of religion and nonreligion. Daniel also serves as an area editor for Religious Studies Review's Americas section.
In today's episode, Daniel Jones talks with Travis Warren Cooper about Cooper's recent book, _The Digital Evangelicals_, and they discuss how issues of authenticity, authority, and power are deeply intertwined with US "evangelicalism" and its mediatization. Be sure to tune in!