What is happening in Evangelical land?
Part of me will always be grateful for James Dobson.
I totally agree with Bonnie Kristian: Evangelicals should consider a “journalism tithe.”
Rick Warren on certainty:
Willow Creek is closing its Chicago campus.
More on Warren Throckmorton’s podcast on David Barton.
Evangelicalism as a “controversial generator machine.”
Christianity Today‘s obituary for Letha Dawson Scanzoni.
The National Association of Evangelicals supports the bipartisan border bill:
So does the Coalition for Christian Colleges and Universities:
A seminary professor forgives his son’s killer.
UK evangelicals welcoming asylum seekers.
Mike Cosper talks with the creators of “God and Country”:
Catholics and evangelicals unite to improve foster care.
Arab evangelicals pray for peace in the Middle East.
Was Elisabeth Elliott in a manipulative marriage?
Is Trump going to distance himself from some of the court evangelicals?:
Southern Baptist abuse victims are suing the denomination for covering up sexual abuse.
Blast from the past:
Evangelicals continue to show solidarity with Israel.
Tucker Carlson is (or just was) hobnobbing with Putin and friends in Russia, but at least he stands up for Christians in Canada:
The Standing for Freedom Center at Liberty University is still promoting this tired argument:
Venezuela’s leftist leader is courting evangelicals.
“The realm that we’re invading:
Evangelicals and the border.
Headline of the day: “Police in Calif. bust massage parlor after lewd noises disrupt nearby youth Bible study.”
Evangelical pastors think sports betting is immoral.
Is this a soft endorsement of Donald Trump?:
Trump will speak to the National Religious Broadcasters Convention later this month.
Eric Metaxas’s movie is coming:
Fuller Theological Seminary dismisses a staff member over LGBTQ issues.
49ers Brock Purdy asks the Holy Spirit to “take over” amid the chaos of a football game.
Albert Mohler on the academic mission of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary:
An evangelical theologian wonders if evangelicals are gullible.
Be very afraid:
Hobby Lobby is getting ready for Super Bowl Sunday.
As he is prone to do, Al Mohler uses the death of a Christian he doesn’t like to criticize their life and ministry.
More theobro pushback on Alistair Begg’s comments about evangelicals attending gay weddings:
Pro-Trumper Gary Bauer may be right here:
More on the death of Joel Belz, the founder of WORLD.