Noah and his Children: Bad News for White Evangelical Christians | Vance Morgan


By establishing an unholy alliance with people and values entirely contrary to what they claim their own moral and religious commitments to be, white evangelicalism has shown itself to be an emperor with no clothes.

Source: Noah and his Children: Bad News for White Evangelical Christians | Vance Morgan

The Six Way Fracturing of Evangelicalism – Mere Orthodoxy | Christianity, Politics, and Culture


The fracturing we are experiencing is likely to be irrevocable as the historical ties that bind have eroded beyond repair. The reality is that while many in the evangelical movement thought their bonds were primarily (or exclusively) theological or missional, many of those bonds were actually political, cultural, and socioeconomic. These political, cultural, and socioeconomic differences have always been there beneath the water line but what has occurred over the last 5-10 years has been the extent to which those values are expressed has been exposed. With the expression louder and the exposing more visible, these divergent values have rapidly created substantive wedges between various subgroups. The rate at which divergent views have been revealed has created jarring relational dissonance. People in the pews are left questioning the extent to which their unity is based on the Apostles or Nicene creeds or other political, cultural, and socioeconomic matters. They are left questioning where churches, ministries, or organizations land on these things. The tectonic plates are shifting underfoot. This fracturing will likely be irrevocable not because our Gospel essentials are not unifying enough but because the divergence of ethical priorities, cultural engagement, racial attitudes, political visions/illusions, and their implications for philosophy of ministry mean that unity is fundamentally no longer tenable.

Source: The Six Way Fracturing of Evangelicalism – Mere Orthodoxy | Christianity, Politics, and Culture

The Inevitable Death of Evangelical Christianity | Keith Giles


Whenever I read the surveys from Christianity Today, or Baptist News, or The Christian Post about how young people are leaving the American Church in […]

Source: The Inevitable Death of Evangelical Christianity | Keith Giles

To Trump’s Evangelicals, Everyone Else Is a Sinner – The Atlantic


Two of the president’s prominent evangelical supporters are literally demonizing his opponents.

“As a result, they make the job of the so-called New Atheists so much easier than it would otherwise be. All militant atheists need to do is to point people—young people in particular—to conversations like the one between Graham and Metaxas and say, “Is that the kind of faith you want to be associated with?” If that was what I thought even remotely embodied true Christianity, I would want nothing to do with it.”

Source: To Trump’s Evangelic

Franklin Graham portrays those with whom he disagrees politically as under demonic influences.LEAH MILLS / REUTERS

, Everyone Else Is a Sinner – The Atlantic

The Righteous and the Woke – Why Evangelicals and Social Justice Warriors Trigger Me in the Same Way | AwayPoint


I was Born Again until nearly the end of graduate school, a sincere Evangelical who went to church on Sunday and Wednesday with my family and to Thursday Bible study on my own. I dialed for convert…

Source: The Righteous and the Woke – Why Evangelicals and Social Justice Warriors Trigger Me in the Same Way | AwayPoint