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Evangelicalism is one of the Religions practiced in After the End. Evangelical is part of the Christian religious group.


"The Evangelical Church is what remains of antediluvian Protestantism. In the face of post-deluge upheavals, the Protestant churches banded together, putting aside minor theological differences in favor of establishing an Evangelical Convention of Churches presided over by an ecumenical council of bishops. However, some Christians chafe against the doctrines and restrictions imposed by this Convention..." ― In-game description of Evangelical


Evangelicalism is a Christian religion that was formed from the merging of several different Protestant denominations in the former United States. It is the majority religion of the old Deep South and the state religion of the Holy Columbian Confederacy, with the faith mostly found within its borders.

Evangelicalism was once far more expansive than it is in 2666, as evidenced by the presence of Evangelical Canons in St. Louis and Chicago. The faith was threatened early on by a popular cult known as Posthumism, though the heresy was wiped out by Leonidas Royall, who would go on to found the bulwark of the Evangelical faith, the Holy Columbian Confederacy.

While all branches of the Protestant faith in America were invited to the Ecumenical Council, a few refused the notion of unification (most notably the Anglicans and Charismatics), and while the religion is for the most part centered in the Deep South, enclaves that agreed to the convention are scattered about across the continent.

Evangelical characters in 2666[]

Independent & Their Vassals[]

  • Emperor Algernon III Littlepage of the Holy Columbian Confederacy;
    • Duke Huey Latimer of Tuskegee;
      • Count Omar Hillyer of Birmingham;
      • Count Cleavon Candler of Buttahatchee;
      • Count Micco Chebona of Conecuh;
    • Duke Walker Frymore of Augusta;
    • Duke Octavian Venable of the Triangle;
      • Count Robert Rowan of Fayetteville;
      • Count August Seddon of Piedmont-Triad;
      • Count Walter Oakheart of Durham;
    • Duke Thomas Spratt of Piedmont Crescent;
      • Count Arthur Dobbs of Catawba;
    • Duke Nathaniel Josias of the Inner Banks;
      • Count Webster Lee Sutton-Pulley of Chowan;
    • Duke Julius Gee of Peachtree;
    • Duke Kayton Backus of Savannah;
    • Duke Gabriel Johnston of the Sandhills;
    • Duchess Justitia Hampton of Santee;
      • Count Templeton McGinnis of Wateree;
    • Count Wade Littlepage of Pee Dee;
    • Count Bubba Dunwoody of Dothan;
    • Count Orbur Airwright of Currituck;
    • Count Osman Bohicket of Beaufort;
    • Count Porter Hatrask of Albemarle-Hatteras;
    • Count John Archer Leatherneck of Lejeune;
    • Count Stephanus Idlewild of Deepstep;
    • Count Antipas Pratchet of Ocmulgee;
    • Count Colquitt Rootes of Ochlockonee;
    • Count Samuel Bevel of Oconee;
    • Count Seth Lore of Eufala;
    • Count Samuel Hammond of Edisto;
    • Count Roscoe Phenix of Benning;
  • Metropolitan Coleman of Choctaw
    • Count Claudius Jackson of Jackson;
    • Count Lamar Jackson of Meridian;
  • Duke Neptune Pensacolle of Muskogee;
  • Duchess Caroline Pensacolle of Natchez;
  • Duchess Cornelia Pixane of Southside;
    • Count Lionel Pridemore of Emporia;
    • Count Raleigh Faulcon of Roanoke;
  • Duke Deandre Haralson of Yazoo;
    • Countess Teayonna Haralson of Arkabutla;
  • Lord Proprietor Beauregard Commodore of Chesepeake;
    • Patrician Pericles Vinson;
    • Patrician Winfield Farragut;
    • Patrician Frederick Kearsarge;
    • Patrician Claudius Seahawk;
  • Count Jubal Angier of First Coast;
  • Count Jessie Garlington of Vicksburg;
  • Count Otto Markie of Bismarck;
  • Count Jed Starkville of Oktibbeha;

Vassals of a Lord of Different Faith[]

  • Duke Nicholas Elran of Finger Lakes;
  • Count Dale Potrusk of Keowee;
  • Count Cincinnatus Driver of Covington;

Mercenary Bands[]

  • Brave Men of Atlanta, currently led by Captain Dolphus
  • Knights of the Golden Circle, currently led by Grandmaster Cronus
  • Red Tails, currently led by Group Captain Columbus

Holy Sites[]

  • Atlanta
  • Augusta
  • Chapel Hill
  • Washington
  • Philadelphia

Atlanta, Augusta, and Chapel Hill are in Evangelical hands, while Washington and Philadelphia are ruled by Americanists as of 2666.

Religious Head[]

Council President Sheridan Ellingborn of Atlanta

  • Presiding Bishop William Graham of Chapel Hill

In-Game features[]

While the Council President is the head of the church, autocephalous bishops hold just as much power in their respective realms, with the five Presiding Bishops holding authority over larger areas. The bishops have the power to grant divorces, grant invasion Casus Belli, and grant claims on titles. Rulers can order unlanded courtiers to take the vows, and priests are allowed to marry. Whether or not the Council President resides in Atlanta, someone will always hold the position.

There are five Ecumenical Council seats, each spanning over multiple de jure Kingdoms.

  • Atlanta - Dixieland, Florida, and Magnolia
  • Chapel Hill - Carolina and Appalachia
  • Washington - Columbia, Old Dominion, Deitscherei, Alleghenia, Gotham, and Hudsonia
  • Chicago - Chicagoland, Ohio, Superior, and Michigan
  • St. Louis - Missouri, Iowa, Uppland, The Ozarks, and Platte

As of 2666, Evangelicalism has 57.9 moral authority.

A temple holder of the Evangelical faith is called a bishop.


  • Even though the Evangelicals don't have access to crusades, they have some kingdoms that have crusade weights. Curiously it is only for two kingdoms, Kingdom of Florida (300 Crusade Weight) and the Kingdom of Cuba (200 Crusade Weight).
  • In reality, Evangelicalism is a major branch of protestantism, and although not considered a single denomination includes many in its category such as Lutheranism, Baptism, and Methodism.