In This Issue: A Hollow Confession

Friday, 05 Sep 2008

Orthodoxy has fallen out of favor among evangelicals. Among a growing number of younger evangelicals, the fight for orthodoxy is seen as a power play that attempts to overthrow community and diversity with certainty and authoritarianism. Among those of a different generation and ethos, orthodoxy is seen as a sort of supernatural baking powder that sucks all the Spirit-filled life out of the church and is to be abandoned so that we can just love Jesus. Underlying both concerns is a significant challenge to a Protestant point of view that considers how we act to be not only more ...

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