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Img18.jpgEvangelicalism is many things, but mostly it has become an ecumenical movement which is generally trans or non-denominational. I'm tempted to label it neutralist in its theology based on its penchant for doctrinal neutrality and pluralism. It hasn't always been indifferent to theology. But what Evangelicalism started out to be (a conservative reaction to Liberalism), is not what it has become (an anti-intellectual, activist, political faction). It's not exactly the Democrats' Rainbow Coalition, but it's close.

The articles here address who we are as evangelicals, and where we're going. They include such diverse topics as social change, the Emergent Church Movement, the demise of Traditionalism, and the alleged demise of Foundationalism. The focal point is Christ's Church in the Postmodern World.

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