Three Worlds Of Evangelicalism & The Gods’ Return

Nov 16, 2022 by

by Rod Dreher, The American Conservative: There’s an ongoing conversation now, mostly among Protestants, about Aaron Renn’s “Three Worlds Of Evangelicalism” thesis. Are we in “Negative World” — a...

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Same-sex marriage: should the Church of England affirm culture, or confront it?

Nov 7, 2022 by

by Archbishop Cranmer: […]  Next February, the Bishops will present their long-awaited findings to the General Synod, and their recommendations could pave the way for a historic vote following decades of division. Traditionalists...

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Evangelical opponents of same-sex marriage outline their proposals to the Bishops

Oct 20, 2022 by

by Francis Martin, Church Times: GROUPS opposed to the introduction of same-sex marriage in the Church of England have had meetings with bishops as the College of Bishops ponders what to present to the General Synod in February. A meeting...

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From silence to complexification to capitulation

Sep 26, 2022 by

by Kevin de Young, World: Why evangelical surrender on LGBTQ is almost never a surprise. I don’t often agree with David Gushee, the liberal Christian ethicist whose “battles,” by his own description, have included “issues like climate...

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Evangelical and LGBT+ Ally: Why You Can’t Be Both

Aug 29, 2022 by

by Joe Carter, TGC: “Some words, like strategic castles, are worth defending, and evangelical is among them,” Michael Gerson wrote. “While the term is notoriously difficult to define, it certainly encompasses a ‘born-again’ religious...

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Three Responses to “Hopeful Realism”

Jul 31, 2022 by

by Jordan Ballor, Bradford Littlejohn and Andrew Walker, Public Discourse: The evangelical embrace of natural law must continue to mature, and “hopeful realism” is a meaningful step forward in this respect. However, a postliberal would be...

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