Have a look at Chuck Redfern’s thoughtful piece on Christians who follow the Christian path, not the powers. Click here
Here’s the new conversation with David Gushee, American Academy of Religion president and evangelical ethicist, and Marcia Pally, NYU professor and author of The New Evangelicals. Click here
Have a look at Chuck Redfern’s sharp, thought-provoking piece on evangelical support for Trump and Republican instrumentalization of evangelicals. Click here
insightful and challenging thoughts on anti-Muslim prejudice in the US and among Christians.
check out this essay on immigration and politics
sharp look at the Democrats, faith, and the upcoming election–have a look. or type into your browse
have a look at Charles Redfern’s thoughtful, prodding piece on taking a dangerous Jesus seriously–or type into your browser: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/charles-redfern/introducing-holy-weeks-dangerous-jesus_b_2928684.html?utm_source=Alert-blogger&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Email%2BNotifications
please have a look at this moving piece on faith and ethics — personal and provocative in the best way
historian David Swartz gives a global perspective to shifts in evangelical activism–or type into your Browser: http://blogs.ssrc.org/tif/2013/01/23/global-reflex/
a new post by Heidi Unrunh on the Social Science Research Council’s series on new evangelicals–or type into your browser: http://blogs.ssrc.org/tif/2013/01/22/a-complex-story/
this prodding analysis fascinatingly looks at new evangelicals and Catholic social teaching or type into your browser: http://blogs.ssrc.org/tif/recent-posts/
I’ve organized a series on evangelical ethics and activism at the SSRC, which I hope you’ll find of interest [type into your browser: http://blogs.ssrc.org/tif/]
David Gushee explains what a vote for historic Christianity means, giving us much to think about.
Chuck Redfern offers an insightful analysis–as always–on the evangelical politics of the era (1970s) that led to the times we have now. Poignant and smart read.
Have a look at this new film, “Islam in America: The Christian Truth,” which challenges stereotypical views of Islam, (or type into your browser:www.nepcg.org,and for more infiormation, firstname.lastname@example.org). Produced by The New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good, the film is illuminating not only for evangelical Christians but for anyone interested in learning more about … Continue reading