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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If you don’t give them Jesus, then what’s the point?

Jul 15, 2022 by

by Stephen Kneale, Building Jerusalem: There are no end of people offering different services in our town. Food banks are plenteous, for obvious reasons, and yet still we don’t have enough of them. English classes exist locally, but...

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CEEC launches two initiatives for evangelicals across England

May 1, 2022 by

by John Dunnett, Anglican Ink: Dear DEF chairs and secretaries, We are thrilled to inform you of two significant initiatives, which we hope will help/encourage evangelicals across the Church of England. 1.       It has become apparent...

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CEEC releases new short films on sexuality

Apr 26, 2022 by

By Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream: The Church of England Evangelical Council has launched a series of four short videos to help churches to engage biblically with issues around human sexuality. The first two films are available to view...

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How to Renew a Decadent Evangelical Culture

Apr 22, 2022 by

by Samuel James, The Gospel Coalition: In his insightful 2020 book The Decadent Society, Ross Douthat describes the current condition of American social and political culture as one of decadence. Decadence, Douthat argues, is neither...

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Amid fear and polarisation, French evangelicals share “hope” as “churches continue to multiply”, says historian

Apr 22, 2022 by

by Joel Forster, Evangelical Focus: France decides on Sunday 24 April who will lead the country for the next five years. According to the surveys, far-right leader Marine Le Pen is around 10% behind the incumbent President, Emmanuel...

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