What is happening in Evangelical land?
Fifty-seven percent of white evangelical Christians indicate they’d prefer the U.S. be a nation primarily made up of people who follow the Christian faith.
Liberty University president Jerry Prevo says he is going to clean-up the university. Scott Lamb, his former communications director, is not so sure. This whole thing is strange. I am going to try to do a post on all this over the weekend. In the meantime, here’s Prevo:
Forty-three percent of Americans believe being a Christian is an important part of being “truly American.“
The Assemblies of God elects its first female assistant superintendent.
Jim Garlow: “When people vote for Biblical values, this is a potential precursor to the next Great Awakening.” I’d like to see the biblical evidence for this claim:
Rachel Denhollander is going to Liberty University to demand that the university investigate sexual abuse on campus.
David French joins The Atlantic:
Southern Baptist theologian and seminary president Albert Mohler wonders if the Pope is Catholic.
Eric Metaxas on Joe Biden’s Catholic faith:
The Faith and Freedom Coalition celebrates Glenn Youngkin’s victory in Virginia:
Critical race theory is the real racism. Such a statement show an ignorance of both critical race theory and racism:
An evangelical tweeter announces his pick for “book of the year”:
Franklin says that Youngkin’s victory is a “turnaround for America”:
Gordon College tackles the First Thanksgiving.
Owen equates evangelism with rescuing people from “leftism”:
Blast from the past:
More than a shoebox.
T.D. Jakes and Van Jones honor a group of former prisoners who are reentering society.
NASCAR is standing behind Liberty University.
Lance being Lance:
Trump election fraud lawyer Jenna Ellis quotes the Bible:
A Virginia megachurch pastor behaving badly.
Trump court journalist David Brody is celebrating. Youngkin (R) won a close race in Virginia. Murphy (D) won in New Jersey (although it was closer than expected). A Democratic write-in liberal beat a socialist in Buffalo. Both Democratic senators from Minnesota convinced folks to keep the Minneapolis police force. And a Democrat won in New York City. I would hardly call this a “TOTAL & COMPLETE” rebuke.
For the last year, Liberty University’s Standing for Freedom Center has celebrated the “right” to not protect your neighbor from COVID-19 by wearing a mask or getting vaccinated. There rebuke of “radical individual autonomy” in this tweet should be understood in that context:
Jack Hibbs comments on election day: “What happened in Virginia is exactly how God works”:
Ralph Reed thanks evangelicals for the Youngkin victory in Virginia:
For Tony Perkins, it was all about the right of parents to tell teachers what to teach:
Jack Graham has a similar view:
The Braves win the World Series. Of course Jack Graham manages to find a culture war angle:
An evangelical Presbyterian church serving refugees.
Shane Claiborne on Youngkin’s win in Virginia:
More truth from Tim Keller:
Jim Wallis on Tuesday’s election in Virginia:
Wallis on Biden’s Build Back Better bill:
Ministries are helping people find work.
Bob Duggar is running for a seat in the Arkansas state senate.