Western culture has shaped the church in many ways. Quite possibly the most “profound and subtle way” is that the church has come to “tacitly and explicitly” accept the dualism that is at the heart of modernity, according to …Read more
Contemporary Christianity has been shaped profoundly by the modern assumption that all religion is to be restricted to the personal and private realms of life. Christianity has not disappeared. Rather, it has been relocated with the result that …Read more
“Save the E-Word” is the title of a short essay written by the editorial staff of Christianity Today in 2006. They suggested that it was time to “improve the public perception of evangelicalism.” But only two years later, …Read more
Nancy Pearcey has, in recent years, become one of our leading Evangelical apologists. Britain’s Economist called her “America’s pre-eminent evangelical Protestant female intellectual.”
Her contribution to the Patheos website’s recent symposium on “Future of Faith in America: Evangelicalism” …Read more
Pre-Christian. Christian. Post-Christian. Roughly speaking, these categories outline the major changes in the history of the Western world. We say “roughly speaking” because the West never became fully Christian. And even now, it is not …Read more
No, the sky is not falling, but things will never be the same again. Or more precisely, the vulnerability of religious liberty has become unquestionably clear. Even secular law professors agree.
The Supreme Court’s Obergefell decision …Read more