What is happening in Evangelical land:
Kristin Du Mez got triggered by Thomas Kidd’s take on Carl Trueman’s take on elite evangelicalism. Two George Marsden students here:
Darryl Hart causing more trouble, as he is prone to do:
I am still trying to figure out who is an “evangelical elite.” I get the impression from this tweet that Al Mohler does not consider himself one:
An evangelical Anglican bishop converts to Catholicism
“The most Christian”:
World Relief on settling Afghan refugees.
Jenna share the love of Christ with her enemy:
Jenna Ellis expects us to believe that she was dispassionately defending her client when she tried to help Trump overturn the election:
Progressive evangelicals in Latin America are aligning with the Left.
Charlie Kirk compares Jon Gruden to Anthony Fauci:
The Standing for Freedom Center, an organization funded by the tuition dollars of the students at Liberty University, essentially says that one does not need a college degree. Let’s also remember that Liberty has a medical school.
A Liberty University student sues the school for fostering a culture of sexual violence.
The Newsboys will tour until they’re 80.
Greg Locke plays to the crowd at the North Carolina Faith & Freedom conference. He says the government is demon-possessed, among other things:
John Ortberg and his church are cleared of any wrongdoing.
Blast from the past:
A Southern Baptist preacher was fired for criticizing Donald Trump
Karen Swallow Prior and Phil Vischer talk about uncertainty:
Does the mainstream press know why Pat Robertson is so important?
Pat Robertson on Fox News:
Evangelicals are going back to church
Evangelicals are still arguing over Mark Galli’s recent Substack post on elite evangelicalism:
David French is also in the mix.
The Bible League gives Bibles to immigrants
Lance Wallnau’s “populist backlash.” Tucker Carlson is the “Martin Luther” of the “new reformation.” This isn’t just opinion. Wallnau is a prophet. 😉
Franklin Graham shows no self-awareness:
Early court evangelicalism:
A Chicago-area megachurch buys a grocery store.
More truth from Tim Keller:
Al Mohler should study more history. It might bring more nuance to his theology, or at least tweets like this:
Christian bookstores are doing well.
Is the Bible Belt unbuckling?