An evangelical case for pluralism
"Academics tend to think reaching a broader audience means dumbing things down. It has to do instead with the ability to dramatize."
A funny thing happened on the way to the church-as-polis: I can now imagine being a resident alien and invested in the state, in all of its glorious failing.
Several years ago I met in D.C. with a group of young evangelical professionals. While certainly not world-fleeing fundamentalists, they were not theocrats either. They were seeking an alternative approach.