Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Evangelical Christians Are Sick


NEWS
Evangelical vs. Born Again: A Survey of What Americans Say and Believe
Less than half who claim either label have evangelical beliefs. Most likely: African Americans.
Jeremy Weber
For all the handwringing over what the term evangelical means in the political moment of Donald Trump and Roy Moore, only 1 in 100 Americans would take on the label if it had nothing to do with politics. Meanwhile, the label is primarily a political identity for only about 1 in 10 self-identified evangelicals. continue reading >>


Evangelical Distinctives
Evangelical Christians Are Sick
The movement is driven by a painful awareness that the heart—each of our hearts—is desperately wicked.
 
Theology
When East Meets West
A response to Bradley Nassif's suggestions for Protestant and Orthodox communion.
 
Editor's Note
In This Issue: Our Sustaining Force
How the gospel truth lightens our load.
 
Women
To More Than a Few Good Men: Don't Give Up on Working with Women
Four research-based solutions beyond Mike Pence's 'Billy Graham Rule.'
 
Pivot
8 Assumptions Pastors Can't Make In A Post-Christian Culture
The so-called Christian culture is going... going... gone. We need to get ready for what's next.
 
The Exchange
Stories, Theology, and the Importance of Literature
Dr. Christina Bieber Lake is Professor of English at Wheaton College.
 
The Exchange
No Matter Who Takes the Cake, What Christians Should Do Next Is Clear
Religious liberty and civil rights are key issues of our day.

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