The Too Long, Didn’t Read (TL;DR;) answer to that question is no. An article within The Washington Post by Sarah Bailey discusses a meeting being held by high-profile evangelicals to discuss their future… About 50 top leaders of major evangelical institutions will attend an invitation-only gathering next week to discuss the future and the “soul” of evangelicalism … Read moreDid Trump ruin the Evangelical brand?
Christian Today reports on the truly weird behaviour of some evangelicals … Hundreds of Prayer Warriors Descend on Washington to Provide Prayer Shield for Donald Trump hundreds of “prayer warriors” have descended on Washington D.C. to undertake a crucial mission: protect U.S. President-elect Donald Trump by building a “prayer shield” around him ahead of his Jan. … Read moreWeird: “Prayer Warriors Provide Prayer Shield for Donald Trump”
What exactly is an “evangelical”? The word itself is usually deployed to describe the happy-clappy Christians who would describe themselves as “born again” and so generally it is composed of individuals who have not as such inherited their belief but have had a personal conversion experience that resulted in them making a specific commitment. That however … Read moreWhat does “Evangelical” really mean?
Russell Moore, President of the Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, has written a piece within the Washington Post in which he renounces the term “evangelical”, not because he has stopped believing, but rather because the term now describes individuals who appears to support and champion people that are very publicly and vocally opposed to the values … Read moreEvangelical support for Trump