What is happening in Evangelical land?
Revival continues to rage at Asbury University. We are covering that separately. Get up to speed with our regular updates here.
So here is your non-Wilmore, Kentucky roundup:
White evangelicals are most likely to embrace Christian nationalism.
Evangelicals as “second-class” citizens in the GOP.
The Council for Christian Colleges and Universities honors David Brooks:
Evangelicals did not like Sam Smith’s Grammy performance. But neither did Satanists.
Russell Spittler, RIP.
A former president of the Southern Baptist Convention is working toward racial reconciliation.
News on the Jack Hayford memorial service:
A murdered New Jersey councilwoman was a Pentecostal pastor.
Michael Wear critiques the recent PRRI study on Christian nationalism:
Blast from the past:
J.D. Greear sends a warning to Andy Stanley about LGBTQ issues.
Full House and Hallmark Channel actress Candace Cameron Bure wants more Christian artists at the Grammys.
Charlie Kirk on “He Gets Us”:
Richard Land on the “extreme liberal bias” at The New York Times.
Satan is trying to “block the conservative/evangelical viewpoint.”
Eric Metaxas couldn’t watch the State of the Union Address:
Metaxas also talked with Alan Dershowitz:
Another megachurch pastor behaving badly.
Jack Hibbs is upset with the National Air and Space Museum, but he still hasn’t acknowledge the Asbury Revival.
Robert Jeffress on whether it is okay to pray for your favorite football team to win.
Tony Perkins finds “cancel culture” in the book of Jeremiah:
So many people write to Beth:
Perkins takes a shot at New Yorkers:
Franklin in Mexico City:
James Robison cites one of the most popular verses in revolutionary America. Something tells me he just doesn’t only mean freedom in Christ:
A stabbing at Cedarville University.
Al Mohler suggests that “Satanism” may not be constitutionally protected religion.
The president of the Southern Baptist Convention replies to a Christian conservative “journalist”:
This evangelical prophet seems a bit testy about losing followers:
The article about Gagnon mentions Gagnon and Archer, two well known evangelical names. Any connection to Robert Gagnon and Gleason Archer?