• evangelicalism •
January 30, 2009
Ask many American evangelicals and their answers about the significance of the local church will vary widely. Some will even claim that they have no need for involvement in the life of a local church. On today’s program, guest host Russell Moore welcomes David Platt, senior pastor of The Church at Brook Hills in Birmingham,…
December 5, 2008
September 15, 2008
When best-selling Christian vocalist Ray Boltz recently announced his homosexuality, divorcing his wife of 33 years, Christians everywhere took notice. However, Boltz’s own experience is a painful reminder not only of the sexual confusion of our day, but of how poorly our churches have often ministered to those struggling with homosexual inclinations. On today’s program,…
June 5, 2008
David Wells has been one of the most astute critics of what ails contemporary evangelicalism. His most recent book, The Courage to Be Protestant, is a summation of his previous four-volume series and offers evangelicals not only a somber picture of their current condition, but also a hopeful prescription for what might correct their course….
May 12, 2008
Who are the Evangelicals? The issue of Evangelical identity and definition has been central to the Evangelical project from its very beginning in America. Given the nature of the movement, definition is elusive and constantly contested.
The release of “An Evangelical Manifesto” on May 7 caught the attention of the national media, and thus it represents…
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