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Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Can evangelicalism survive Donald Trump and Roy Moore?

Sexuality, race, and gender: 3 explosive insights about America's 100 largest churches
Religion News Service: Using Outreach Magazine's popular annual list, Church Clarity uncovered three explosive insights about America's mega-churches.

What do an Etonian, a Trumpite and a Corbyn fan have in common? My church
The (London) Guardian: In his final column, Giles Fraser says that it's hard to think of a more varied group of people than the one that gathers at his local church. Surely a truly healthy society is built on this sort of diversity.

2017 has been a rough year for evangelicals
NPR: As 2017 ends, evangelical Christians in the United States are suffering one of their periodic identity crises.

Can evangelicalism survive Donald Trump and Roy Moore?
The New Yorker: A new generation of churches, more diverse and confounding political categories, may abandon the label but remain committed to its historic beliefs, Timothy Keller says.

Martin Luther and me
Boston Review: Georg Diez is a son of Martin Luther. As was his father and his father. But as a German man living through today's German and European politics, what does it mean to be a son of Martin Luther?

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