Gaston county, North Carolina provides a perfect case to explore the intersectionality of the economy, politics, and religion that dominates power structures on a national scale. With an attention to the Loray Mill strike of 1929, this paper theologically analyzes the relationship between neoliberal economy and the prosperity gospel and questions whether the church is a setting of concessions when it should be acting as a voice for its constituents, regardless of what the upper class desires or has constructed.
"Gaston’s Economic, Religious and Political Intersectionality,"
Denison Journal of Religion: Vol. 18, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.denison.edu/religion/vol18/iss1/4