What is happening in Evangelical land?
Mike Huckabee is fired-up about
global poverty CBS:
American evangelicals and the antiabortion movement in Israel.
Evangelicals respond to the possible end of Twitter.
Did Trump “use” evangelicals?
Election denier David Brody is starting to make some sense. It seems that Brody still hasn’t figured out how to balance his old self as a journalist with his new self as a MAGA propogandist:
Bono’s influence on evangelicals and social justice.
Christian nationalism in the Ozarks.
Interesting. Gerson opposed everything Ralph Reed believes concerning politics. But I imagine they were once allies back in the old George W. Bush days when Reed ran part of Bush’s presidential campaign in the South:
Thinking about Marvin Olasky’s thoughts on Trump in 2016 as we look to 2024.
A Catholic school in Baltimore expels a Pentecostal student because she did not want to have her class ring blessed.
Shane on yesterday’s shooting in Colorado:
Study: Evangelical pastors are more loyal to their party than their faith.
Conversions and Youth for Christ.
Scot McKnight and Michael Bird found each other in Denver:
Bird also found Karen Swallow Prior:
Jeopardy! and the author of the book of Hebrews.
Ed Stetzer at John Stott’s former church:
Blast from the past:
An evangelical megachurch pastor can’t stay away from prostitutes.
A court evangelical turns on Trump.
Evangelicals going after abortion drugs.
The turn towards Hunter’s laptop is underway:
A former Liberty University Dean sues the school for “disturbing violations’ of law.”
Digitization is in the Bible:
I think I now know why Michelle Tafoya left sideline reporting.
John Piper on the state of complementarian theology.
Getting together to celebrate Israel:
Jim Garlow warns against the globalists behind DeSantis:
Bob and Bibi:
Thanks for the clarification Dr. Jeffress:
McCarty strips Omar of her committee assignment and Ralph Reed cheers:
Tony Perkins is spending most of his time fighting the Respect for Marriage Act:
Kirk Cameron and Greg Laurie talk revival:
According to the Gospel Coalition, the road to LGBTQ acceptance at Christian institutions runs through egalitarian views on gender, a disrespect for history, and minor compromises.
Franklin Graham turns to Al Mohler to help him critique the Respect for Marriage Act:
More news in the Kanakuk Kamps scandal.
The end of Twitter brings Beth Moore to tears:
Theobro Denny Burk reports from the Evangelical Theological Society meeting in Denver.
Climate change denier Tom Buck:
Evangelical worship leader Sean Feucht welcomes Trump back to Twitter:
He also takes a shot of Christianity Today:
And congrats to Lauren!: