After Evangelicalism Group Study Guide Announce

Now Is the Time to Talk about Post-Evangelicalism—Out Loud and Together

In my 2020 book, After Evangelicalism, I argued that there were likely twenty-five million people who had been raised evangelical but who had either switched to another religious tradition or no longer identified with any religious tradition. This estimate was based on the massive (35,000 surveyed in all fifty states) and much quoted Pew Research […]

Now Is the Time to Talk about Post-Evangelicalism—Out Loud and Together

Kelsey Morrison

An Interview with Kelsey Morrison, Evangelical Academia’s Latest Homophobia Victim

On June 2, soccer coach Kelsey Morrison was fired and immediately escorted from the campus of Geneva College, an evangelical school near Pittsburgh. Her offense was two posts on Instagram. In this exclusive interview with me for Baptist News Global, Coach Morrison tells her story. This interview has been edited for clarity and brevity. Q: So, Kelsey,

An Interview with Kelsey Morrison, Evangelical Academia’s Latest Homophobia Victim

Painting of Jesus

‘May They All Be One’

“I ask not only on behalf of these but also on behalf of those who believe in me through their word, that they may all be one.” — John 17:20-21 John 17 often is labeled as Jesus’ “high-priestly prayer.” This is because he stands in the sight of God praying for his people. In this extraordinarily profound

‘May They All Be One’

Christian Right

The Christian Right Continues Its Futile but Dangerous War of Reaction

For a long time, it was clear the white Christian Right in the United States was waging a war of reaction (sometimes open, sometimes clandestine) against just about every social, cultural and legal change that has taken place in our country since about, say, 1962. If we take the time horizon that far back, these changes would

The Christian Right Continues Its Futile but Dangerous War of Reaction

Ukrainian child

An Interview with Ukrainian Baptist Theologian Fyodor Raychynets

Last week, I was in Amsterdam for the annual academic colloquium of the International Baptist Theological Study Center. Among the scholars present there was my friend Fyodor Raychynets, a distinguished Baptist pastor and theologian, and a leader of the Ukrainian Evangelical Theological Seminary in Kyiv, which I had the privilege of visiting several years ago. I

An Interview with Ukrainian Baptist Theologian Fyodor Raychynets

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