The Descent of Evangelicalism: Origins of the Specious
When sanctification is separated from justification, as invariably occurs in Evangelicalism, the result is pharisaic moralism.
Evangelicalism-representing the majority of American Protestant Christians-stands for an experiential relationship with Christ, a strong view of the Bible, personal holiness of life, and eschatological confidence in the return of the Lord to judge the world. Evangelicals also generally oppose evolutionary theory. Recent evidence suggests that Evangelicalism is now illustrating its opposition to evolution by its own activities: by regressing rather than going forward.
According to a recent report by the Princeton Religion Research Center in New Jersey, based on a nationwide Gallup poll, the average American's belief in Scripture's reliability has declined by half ...