After yet another military overthrow of a democratically elected leader in West Africa, minority evangelicals debate the role of faith in politics. In its 63 years of independence, Guinea has had three presidents. Last month, the West African nation suffered its third coup d’etat. This time, says the local Christian minority, their Francophone country might just get it right. “Alpha Conde cannot return,” said Etienne Leno, a Christian and Missionary Alliance (CMA) pastor. “We are praying that the new military authorities—who we find to be wise and intelligent—will be led by God.” On September 5, Colonel Mamady Doumbouya, head of…