Author, God and Country: How Evangelicals Have Become America's New Mainstream
Monique El-Faizy is a freelance journalist and a project leader at the World Policy Institute. She is the author of "God and Country: How Evangelicals Have Become America's New Mainstream" and is working on a book about Egypt's Coptic Christian minority. She has worked at New York Daily News, the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Associated Press and has written for The New York Times, the Guardian, the Washington Post, the Financial Times, Marie Claire, GQ and Glamour, among other publications. She blogs about life in Cairo at www.childrenofthepharaohs.com and tweets @moniqueelfaizy.