Culture

Stripped of power: Saying goodbye to Christian America, part III

Two ways the demise of Christian America will be good for the Church. 

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Don’t celebrate just yet: Saying goodbye to Christian America, part II

Don't celebrate just yet. Today I want to talk about what there is to mourn with the end of Christian America. 

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Saying goodbye to Christian America

The ultimate Christian social ethics issue may be the fact of declining Christian cultural power – and its fallout. This is the context within which every particular moral issue is contested. 

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Charting clergy trust

Why are clergy honesty and ethics rankings at an all-time low?

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Lawyer says religious liberty at risk

Law professor Douglas Laycock says culture-war issues pitting religion against sex are turning many Americans against religious liberty.

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We can dance if we want to

Christians need to reclaim the joy of dancing.

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SBC leader: Bible Belt collapsing

ERLC President Russell Moore is telling secular media outlets that evangelicals have lost moral majority status, which at long last makes them what they already should have been: countercultural.

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The club-like church

Is the traditional church held back by club-likeness with a focus solely on its membership?

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Cherry picking the Bible

Criticizing people who pick and choose which parts of Scripture to follow is fruitless because everyone -- liberal and conservative -- does it.

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The church and Kanye West

A rapper’s outside-the-box marketing campaign holds lessons for a declining church.

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