Whatever Happened to Evangelicalism?

Thursday, 07 Jun 2007

The decade of the 1990s was not the best of times for Evangelicalism in the United States. To be sure, evangelicals continue to be a force in national politics, and they have received favorable treatment in the press, such as Alan Wolfe's positive coverage of evangelical academics in the Atlantic Monthly (October 2000). But Evangelicalism has also had to withstand several withering critiques over the last ten years from some of its most respected adherents. This soul-searching has exposed serious deficiencies in a movement that, since Billy Graham's ascendancy in 1950 as its defining figure, was supposed ...

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