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Should Evangelicals Embrace The Tea Party?

The Tea Party is not a Christian movement. It’s a populist political protest movement that has resonates with a large number of people who have been disturbed by most the outrageous government spending in the nation’s history. There are many evangelical … Continue reading

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Flourish Magazine, Summer 2010 edition: deep reading on creation care and the flourishing life

A great edition of Flourish magazine navigating what Managing Editor Kendra Langdon Juskus calls  “the line between daily, domestic life and the global dimensions of history and humanity.” The summer edition includes the following articles:  Sprawling from Sea to Shining Sea: … Continue reading

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5 important stories: Threats to Calif. emissions law; amazing Tea Party power; 4 pro-life women for Senate; religion in Russian prisons; Get Low and the gospel.

 1. Out-of-state money threatens California emissions law:  California’s crazy proposition process repeatedly exposes its in-state concerns to the impacts of massive purchases of television ads by out-of-state interests. The current battle is over a four-year-old law controlling greenhouse gas emissions—the … Continue reading

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Seven of the Most Interesting Stories on a Monday Morning: Climate Collapse, Moore on Beck, Jim Wallis Apologizes, and more

 1.  Crisis in the Environmental Community: The climate lobby has declined dramatically from its days of high confidence after the 2008 election and it is scrambling to determine the next steps:  A year ago, these groups seemed to be at the … Continue reading

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8 good reasons I won’t be watching Glenn Beck’s America’s Divine Destiny event on TV tonight

Interfaith events almost always feature lukewarm and dumbed-down faith. This is true whether it’s a progressive event put together by Unitarians and barely religious theists or a conservative event put together by a god-and-country Mormon such as Glenn Beck. Interfaith … Continue reading

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Passing the evangelical torch: Embracing the diversity of the new Christian world

Evangelical leaders of previous generations are in the process of passing the torch to younger leaders, for whom there are at least 10 fresh challenges. We’ve considered the challenges of  Navigating Newfound Authority, Waging a Bloodless Revolution, Overcoming Spiritual Superficiality, Creating Culture, … Continue reading

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Passing the evangelical torch: Resisting the seduction of a new social gospel

Evangelical leaders of previous generations are in the process of passing the torch to younger leaders, for whom there are at least 10 fresh challenges. We’ve considered the challenges of  Navigating Newfound Authority, Waging a Bloodless Revolution, Overcoming Spiritual Superficiality, Creating Culture, … Continue reading

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Passing the evangelical torch: Bridging to everyday relevance

 Evangelical leaders of previous generations are in the process of passing the torch to younger leaders, for whom there are at least 10 fresh challenges. We’ve considered the challenges of  Navigating Newfound Authority, Waging a Bloodless Revolution, Overcoming Spiritual Superficiality, Creating Culture, … Continue reading

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Passing the evangelical torch: Returning to virtue

Evangelical leaders of previous generations are in the process of passing the torch to younger leaders, for whom there are at least 10 fresh challenges. We’ve considered the challenges of  Navigating Newfound Authority, Waging a Bloodless Revolution, and Overcoming Spiritual Superficiality, and … Continue reading

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Passing the evangelical torch: Will young leaders create or mimic culture?

Evangelical leaders of previous generations are in the process of passing the torch to younger leaders, for whom there are at least 10 fresh challenges. We’ve considered the challenges of  Navigating Newfound Authority, Waging a Bloodless Revolution, and Overcoming Spiritual Superficiality; now … Continue reading

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