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50 leaders of the evangelical generation: #25 Samuel Rodriguez. Hispanic advocate

 [I am working on a project that may become a book on the most influential evangelicals leaders of our generation, since 1976, and the impact they’ve had on the church and their times. I will introduce them briefly on this … Continue reading

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Evangelical Conservatives Seeking to Forge New Position on Immigration, Arizona Law

There is an encouraging move afoot by conservative evangelicals to deal constructively with the immigration issue and to find a solidly biblical position not necessarily in line with majority Republican or Democratic platforms. The effort is headed by Richard Land … Continue reading

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Compassionate Common Sense on Immigration

In a recent post about the broadening of the evangelical agenda I listed a number of legitimate concerns that have come to new prominence among evangelicals, including climate change, international aid, human rights and compassionate common sense in immigration. It … Continue reading

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Evangelicals at a Crossroads?

David Brody at The Brody File is thinking about the passions and political influence of evangelicals. He writes: The bread and butter issues of abortion and traditional marriage have started to become watered down. Now, all indications are that Evangelicals … Continue reading

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