Running an orthodox church body of nearly 2 million in revolutionary times involves compromises.
Left-wing elites know a secret about society that many conservatives overlook: cultural change happens through elite institutions.
Heather’s book comes at an interesting time, namely the de-conversion from Christianity by the West en masse.
Messengers never approved a mechanism to sign the Southern Baptist Convention and its 45,000 churches on to this kind of brief.
The world will frequently seek to co-opt God’s standards by maximizing their offense at certain sins while completely ignoring other sins.
Beliefs are no longer tethered to truths, instead, they’re validated by demand.
How long might seeker-sensitive, theologically conservative evangelical pastors tolerate with a clear conscience ignorance in blue-community converts about their politically incorrect views in order to draw in the unsuspecting?
A postliberal future must confront directly the problems of tradition and history.
"This is God's world, and people have to live by God's rules."
It is a way of conveying truth that sedates people to the very truth you are supposedly attempting to convey.