Post Evangelical Collective

The Post-Evangelicals Take Their Next Step Forward

History may well record that April 16-17, 2024, marked a breakthrough moment in the emergence of an organized post-evangelical Christian movement in the United States. It certainly felt like a breakthrough to this participant-observer, as I had the privilege of attending the third and by far the largest national gathering of the Post-Evangelical Collective last week. Stuffing 300 […]

The Post-Evangelicals Take Their Next Step Forward

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City of the Living, City of the Dead: From Vilnius to Israel/Palestine

I spent the last weekend of October exploring the Old Town of Vilnius, Lithuania. I was in that grand 700-year-old city for speaking appearances and to visit friends. My dear wife, Jeanie, came with me. Tuesday, Oct. 31, was free, and Jeanie and I decided on different itineraries. She went exploring in Lithuania’s many historic Catholic

City of the Living, City of the Dead: From Vilnius to Israel/Palestine

January 6 Insurrection

My argument in Defending Democracy from Its Christian Enemies

This week, my new book, Defending Democracy from its Christian Enemies, officially releases. I am told that even before its release, it exceeded the publisher’s sales expectations for one full year. I am grateful for the high interest in the book. In this post, I want to review its main arguments. My thesis is that many

My argument in Defending Democracy from Its Christian Enemies

World Travel

Post-Evangelical Snapshots

Everywhere I go, I meet a surging community of post-evangelicals. I would like to offer readers a few snapshots from half a year of travel. Little Rock, March 30: I speak to the annual NASW social workers conference in downtown. My topic: The struggle against religious-based harm to LGBTQ people.” In a very conservative region, with Sarah Huckabee next

Post-Evangelical Snapshots

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