Monday, December 7, 2015

Defining ‘Evangelical’

Britain is no longer just a Christian country, says major report
The (London) Independent: Official report says there has been a “general decline in Christian affiliation” in Great Britain and that a new settlement is needed -- but it has been met with an angry response from the Church

There is nothing wrong with seminaries that a disruptive strategy couldn't fix
Baptist News Global: What the Church in North America and elsewhere needs in the post-Christendom era of the 21st century is a disruptive seminary strategy, George Bullard says.

Most Americans don't fear Muslims in US, new poll finds
Reuters: Just days after two Muslims were accused of gunning down 14 people in California, a poll shows 51 percent of Americans view Muslims living in the United States the same as any other community, while 14.6 percent are generally fearful.

Jerry Falwell Jr.: ‘If more good people had concealed-carry permits, then we could end those’ Islamist terrorists
Washington Post: The president of Liberty University, a popular pilgrimage site for presidential candidates, urged students during the school's convocation Friday to get their permits to carry concealed weapons.

Defining ‘Evangelical’
The Atlantic: Its meaning has shifted throughout Christianity's long history and changes depending on who you ask. Why?

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