giovedì 10 novembre 2016

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Evangelical Left admits it doesn’t really exist
(Guthrie Graves-Fitzsimmons) President-elect Donald J. Trump won with the largest share of evangelicals since evangelicals became a thing in the 1980s. So what should we make of the much heralded media darlings of the evangelical left? Several leaders in the memberless movement spoke to The Literalist about the future of lefty evangelicalism. “I’m ready to admit we’re a group of leaders without followers,” said Ron Sider, Distinguished Professor of Theology, Holistic Ministry and Public Policy at Palmer Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. “But we will always have our seminary and college courses to make it feel like we’re preaching to a congregation of believers.” (...)