Tag Archives: conservative evangelicalism
Fifty Shades of Fundamentalism: So who is a Fundamentalist?
So far I have described the basic contours of Christian Fundamentalism and described how the main problem I see with it is that it creates a worldview in which it is impossible to recognize its most fundamental flaw: its widespread … Continue reading
The Great Emergence: Tony Jones and Provocative (but Responsible) Dialogue
Recently Fuller Seminary hosted a talk on “Emergence Spirituality.” Put succinctly, Christianity is going through a major identity crisis that tends to happen every five hundred years or so. In the West, Conservative Evangelicalism, a Protestant brand of Christianity that … Continue reading →