Posts tagged "evangelicalism"
In the News: Lindsey Graham, Garland, TX, God's Plaintiff, and more!

In the News: Lindsey Graham, Garland, TX, God’s Plaintiff, and more!

A round-up of the week's religion news.
The Patient Body: Choosing Childlessness

The Patient Body: Choosing Childlessness

“The Patient Body” is a monthly column by Ann Neumann about issues at the intersection of religion and medicine.
In the News: Passover, Prison, Pop Music , and more!

In the News: Passover, Prison, Pop Music , and more!

A round-up of recent religion and media stories in the news.
In the News: Captain America, Serpents, Google's Gods, and more!

In the News: Captain America, Serpents, Google’s Gods, and more!

A round-up of recent religion and media stories in the news.
A Generation in Play: Israel, Palestine and the New Evangelicals

A Generation in Play: Israel, Palestine and the New Evangelicals

Maurice Chammah investigates ruptures in the traditionally steadfast American Evangelical support for Israel.
Adoption Reform, Right-to-Life Style

Adoption Reform, Right-to-Life Style

Kathryn Joyce reveals what's really going on with the adoption reform bill currently being debated in Ohio.
The Last Twentieth Century Book Club: Carman

The Last Twentieth Century Book Club: Carman

The Last Twentieth Century Book Club, is an ongoing monthly column exploring religious ephemera by Don Jolly .
The Postsuburban Gospel

The Postsuburban Gospel

Fred Folmer reviews Justin Wilford's Sacred Subdivisions.

Virtues of Engagement

An excerpt from Moral Ambition: Mobilization and Social Outreach in Evangelical Megachurches, a new book by Omri Elisha. There are many ways to be ambitious, and many different objectives that ambitious people aspire to aside from wealth and power. For those we call "people of faith," the life of religious commitment is a relentless, often...

Giving Evangelicalism Only Another Generation

From "Our Mission to 'Theologically Educate,'" A convocation given by Timothy Tennent, president of Asbury Theological Seminary, at that institution in September.
It may be true that the house of liberal Protestantism has nearly burned to the ground and we’ve been standing there screaming with our water hose for almost a century, but, brothers and...

Evangelical Theology and Post-Modernism.

What could be more telling of the challenges faced by the modern Evangelical church than this podcast of four white, male Evangelical theologians discussing post-modernism? Turns out not much.

NAE Service: Whether You Want It or Not

08 February 2006 Who’s the National Association of Evangelicals going to save, if not the environment? When it’s not busy finding excuses not to join the centrist evangelical coalition that’s taking on global warming, the NAE is directing its salvation energies closer to home: today filing court documents to officially join the defense of the Air...