New Book Describes How God “Raised up Donald Trump”

Introducing a new book from Stephen Strang, one of Time magazine’s “25 Most Influential Evangelicals in America”.

The narrator’s blurb is so extraordinary that it is worth preserving in full:

Many call President Donald Trump’s election a “miraculous win”. But was his election as President of the United States an actual answer to prayer? What was the spiritual dimension, if any?

In his new book, God and Donald Trump, author Stephen E. Strang explores President Trump’s miraculous victory and what it means for the future of our Republic.

This is the story behind a Divine plan, a grassroots voter uprising, and a miraculous victory no-one expected. A first-person account of one of the most contentious elections in American history.

It offers a penetrating look at the factors that shaped Donald Trump’s character and worldview: How openness to spiritual leaders helped build his commitment to religious liberty, and how he captured the largest Evangelical vote in American history to win the electoral college.

The Honorable Michele Bachmann: “Everyone is curious about the topic of God and Donald Trump. “I’m confident you’ll be pleased by what you read.”

Todd Starnes, Fox News Channel, says: “God and Donald Trump may very well be one of the most important books about the Trump presidency.”

Dr Robert Jeffress, Senior Pastor, First Baptist Church, Dallas, said: “God and Donald Trump is a well-written, much-needed look at the undeniable hand of God working in our nation’s most recent presidential election. It will restore your hope.”

Dr Alveda King, niece of Dr Martin Luther King Jr., praises God and Donald Trump: “This must-read book reaches far beyond politics into the redeeming frequencies that America surely needs.”

God and Donald Trump by Stephen E. Strang is a powerful account, with behind-the-scenes exclusives, and insightful commentary from Christian leaders, including those who prophesied before the election that God had raised up Donald Trump to lead the nation through a time of crisis.

God and Donald Trump, published by FrontLine. Released November 7th at bookstores and online at

Those quotes are included on the website, although for some reason the “It will restore your hope” phrase from Jeffress has been omitted. The website also includes endorsements from Bishop Harry Jackson Jr., senior pastor at Hope Christian Church in Beltsville, and Kenneth Copeland.

I previously noted Evangelical interpretations of Trump as a divinely-appointed figure here and here.