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An Evangelical Manifesto?

by Jay Gary, May 10, 2008

When you hear the term “Evangelical” today, what comes to mind? Do you think of this stream of Christians as faithful, caring and biblical, or do you consider them as hypocritical, legalistic, judgmental, anti-intellectual, negative, and out to impose their views on others? A group of Evangelical scholars in […]

Evangelicals–Quirky and Vibrant?

Jun 7, 2005

In a recent column, Philip Yancey writes that an inner-city shelter friend made this observation: “I love evangelicals. You can get them to do anything. The challenge is, you’ve also got to soften their judgmental attitudes before they can be effective.” Catch this column and consider how people’s social identity affects their […]

The Future of Business as Mission

by Jay Gary, Jan 24, 2007

A while back I presented a paper to the Rocky Mountain Evangelical Missiology Society on April 21, 2005, entitled, “The Future of Business as Mission: An Inquiry into Macro-Strategy.” The abstract is:

Recently ‘Business as Mission’ has emerged as a world evangelization strategy. It operates at the micro-level of […]

The Coming Evangelical Collapse

by Michael Spencer, Mar 10, 2009

We are on the verge – within 10 years – of a major collapse of evangelical Christianity. It will fundamentally alter the religious and cultural environment in the West. But out of the ruins, a new vitality and integrity will rise. Check out this Christian Science Monitor opinion piece.