Looking Toward 2000, Where will Evangelicalism Be Then?

Tuesday, 07 Aug 2007

"The world's theology is easy to define: human beings are basically good, no one is really lost, and belief in Jesus Christ is not necessary for anyone's salvation, though it may be helpful for some people."
When I returned to the United States from theological studies in Switzerland in 1966 to work as an assistant editor at Christianity Today, I found that it was a time of rising influence for evangelicals. Christianity Today was itself part of the resurgence. Led by founding editor Carl F. H. Henry, the magazine was mounting an effective challenge to the liberal churches and especially to the liberal theological thought-journal, Christian Century. Evangelical churches were also growing, and they were emerging from their comfortable suburban ghettos to engage selected aspects of the secular culture. A ...

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