How did evangelicals develop their belief in an invisible God? T. M. Luhrmann argues that they created a space in their imagination.
Is there an anti-birth control shift taking place among evangelicals? If so, do their arguments mirror Catholic thought?
Anytime you say something is new while also ignoring something old, it begs the question of what labels you use and how slippery their definitions are.
Miroslav Volf believes that Christians and Muslims worship the same God. On November 3 he took that argument to Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.
Pope Benedict to the top Lutheran bishop in Germany (paraphrased): Have you heard about these new "evangelicals"? Scary stuff--and they're growing.
The LA Times has an interesting article about evangelical pastors' involvement in political mobilization. Tom Hamburger and Matea Gold don't do enough to prove their now-more-than-ever hook--that pastors whipping votes in Iowa and elsewhere are "part of a growing movement of evangelical pastors who are jumping into the electoral fray as never before"--but it's still an important story to follow as we slog through yet another election season in which the religious right is still not dead.